Written by Contributing Writer, Sarah Farthing
We’re traveling close to Phoenix for our Home Tour Friday today. This impressive home in Arcadia, Arizona is called Nordon Manor and you’ll see that it is indeed worthy of a title, take a look:
Nordon Manor is a reproduction 18th century farmhouse. It is located in a citrus grove and flanked by Arizona’s beautiful Camelback Mountains.
Norma and Don Lo Piccolo built Nordon Manor in 1971, using part of each of their first names to form the title.
The main house is 4,816 square feet and it boasts a summer house that is 2,365 square feet!
Both the main house and the summer house feature walk-in cooking fireplaces, which were typical in the colonial era.
Design and furniture elements from acclaimed designer Frank Auspitz were employed to recreate an historic Pennsylvania farmhouse.
All the window glass, as well as the wood beams in the main house kitchen, are from historic Pennsylvania homes.
Interior walls are cement laster and include no drywall construction.
This property is located on five acres.
Look at that view of the mountains from this fabulous pool!
Nordon Manor has been featured on “This Old House,” but by all measures it is certainly no ordinary old house!
What a gorgeous scene for someone to call home!
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