April 29, 2013

Sedona’s First Architect Honored with “Howard Madole Day”

Architect Howard Madole is honored by the the city of Sedona with the "Howard Madole Day". He is turning 90 years old, and the Sedona Heritage Museum and the Madole family are honoring his life and architectural legacy with a tour of one of his Sedona homes and an open house reception on Sunday, May 5th. The celebration will begin with the first public peek inside one of Madole’s earliest Sedona homes from 1 p.m.-2 p.m.
The house is at 55 Kachina Dr., just off Dry Creek Road in West Sedona (follow the signs). Read full article in Sedona.biz

And here is some of Howard Madole beautiful work for sale for $610,000 right in the heart of Sedona.
This fabulous Sedona AZ mid-century modern home has been extensively remodeled. It was designed by local award-winning architect Howard Madole & has his signature ceilings constructed of face-laminated 2 x 4's, extra-wide front door, large exposed roof beams & stacked schist fireplace wall. The home sits on 2 lots with a great view of Coffee Pot Rock & it offers a 2,867 SF main house built in 1968 with an addition by the Design Group in 1983 & a 1,100 SF guest house/studio built in 2003 totaling 3,967 SF. The main house has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, an office, Arizona room & music room/library. It features exotic doussie wood floors in the great room, hall & bedrooms. The guest house/studio has a bedroom, bath, kitchenette, large studio and work areas. View property details here