The Estates at Nordon Manor
Don and Norma LoPiccolo built Nordon Manor in the early 1970’s on what were once the Orange Orchards of Arcadia. In the design, the Lo Piccolo’s and architect Frank Auspitz were determined to bring their Pennsylvania roots to Arizona on this five-acre estate parcel. The labor-intensive project required 26 months of planning, gathering materials, transporting (from Pennsylvania) and building before their estate was complete. The concepts of this house combine several elements that will appeal to anyone who sets foot inside.
Design and Construction
In January of 2017, we broke ground on Nordon Manor Estates in Arcadia on the prestigious street of Exeter Boulevard. Working alongside Sage Luxury Homes and Drewett Works Architecture, we have a goal in mind of bringing out the rich and renowned history of the original estate, as well as help each resident experience living in Arcadia. These strikingly beautiful builds will incorporate Drewett’s vision of modern farmhouse architecture, and each one has a spectacular view of Camelback Mountain to the north. If you are striving to find history, elegance, and luxury in Phoenix with breathtaking views, then Nordon Manor Estates is something worth considering.
Lots and Floorplans
Each of the four lots are a healthy size: The main home will sit on 50,740 square feet, which will be the largest, with the other three lots being 48,460 square feet, 39,984 square feet and 39,102 square feet. The main home will be renovated and re-constructed in various parts of the house to ultimately give it a Western Farmhouse feel and look. Floor plans and architectural renderings for two of the other homes can be seen at NordonManor.com. The final lot is going to be a complete custom, and the owner will sit down with C.P. Drewett, and design the home of their dreams.