Towering mountains that slope to the east and west, a palo verde-filled wash along the property's northern edge, and thick brush all around the property make this rolling 4.51-acre lot attractive to coyotes, plus mule deer, bobcats and a variety of birds—and the people who love to watch them. This parcel's position between two cul-de-sacs offers the added quiet and privacy that attract the desert's fascinating creatures. Ask your architect to design a home that blurs the boundary between indoors and outdoors so you won't miss a thing. Perhaps you can include window walls that allow you to step from any interior room to the outdoors.