From the outside, the home’s pristine European stonework melds beautifully with the area’s natural beauty. The nearby Camelback Mountain looms peacefully on the horizon, lending the space a grandeur that few properties can match.
In fact, the area’s beauty prompted an enamored Phelps to wax lyrical in a 2016 New York Times interview. “You go outside in our backyard and we have orange and tangerine and lemon and lime and peach and apple. All these different fruit trees growing in our backyard,” he said.