Home thought to be the world’s tallest hits the market

A listing for a home in Arizona called the “Falcon Nest” claims it is the world’s tallest single-family house. The home is asking $1.5 million.

The sky-high home clocks in at 124-feet tall — about the equivalent of ten stories — and sits on a little over one acre of land. It has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, glass ceilings and views for over 120 miles to the San Francisco Peaks, Thumb Butte, Humphrey’s Peak and Bill Williams Mountain.

According to the listing, the pad also “accommodates holistic and green living mindfulness.”

The main level of the house is the 2,000-square-foot solarium which holds two of the bedrooms bedrooms plus a kitchen, and great room. Thankfully, a hydraulic elevator provides access between the garage level to the sixth floor.

If living the high life isn’t your thing, the listing notes that the home could be used as an an observatory, an educational institution for geology or sustainability, a ranger station, a bed and breakfast, an offices or an event venue.

“This home is truly an architectural rarity,” the listing agent, Frank Aazami of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty told the Arizona Republic.