At 124 feet tall, Falcon Nest is the world’s tallest single-family house, designed by Phoenix architect Sukumar Pal, AIA, and built beside 6,514-foot Thumb Butte in Prescott, just 1.5 hour drive north of the Valley. This amazing property can be repurposed as: HAM Radio Tower Living, an Observatory, and accommodates Holistic and Green Living mindfulness. The ''Palsolaral House'' exemplifies passive solar technologies as well as other unique & alternative power, heating & cooling sources and sits on 1.08 undulating acres just minutes from downtown's famous Whiskey Row. The ten-story home has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, glass ceilings and affords views for over 120 miles to the San Francisco Peaks, Thumb Butte, Humphrey's Peak and Bill Williams Mountain. The central level is the...
the 2,000SF solarium with two beds, two baths, kitchen, and great room. A hydraulic elevator provides access from the garage level to the sixth floor. With minimal energy consumption, a small footprint, and utilizing natural elements to heat and cool the home free from cost, this is truly an architectural and engineering Treasure.
**Falcon Nest Can be repurposed as:
1. The home could be used as an educational institution for geology, sustainability, and other topics, with informal classrooms and lecture halls. Here, the state university board as well as the local colleges such as Yavapai and Prescott College could be solicited.
2. This could be a ranger station/trailhead/museum for the Thumb Butte area, offering guidance, artifacts and tour information for the area. Here the state parks department would be contacted.
3. The home could become a bed and breakfast, offering unique view opportunities, spa amenities and onsite chef preparation.
4. The home could become multi-purpose, with offices and spaces to rent/lease.
5. The home could become multi-tenant, for high-end prospects.
6. The home could be used as an event venue, for weddings, special events, etc.