A superb example of midcentury desert architecture, this house was created by noted Tucson architect John H. Beck, AIA in 1962. Situated at the end of Potter Place cul-de-sac, the property features a three-bedroom home designed around a dramatic glass atrium, a detached office and a second-floor guest apartment. The home has been extensively restored, including a new open kitchen and a large master bedroom with en-suite bathroom. Listed on the National Register, the half-acre property includes a pool and extensive outdoor patios. Come thrive in the center of the city and live in an award-winning home full of light and youthful energy. A short stroll from the fabulous Arizona Inn, the house promises endless opportunities for entertainment and rejuvenation.