Go inside the Paradise Valley home of Jason and Jordan Rose

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    Jason and Jordan Rose’s Paradise Valley home is meant to show off their eclectic artwork and to host a lot of parties, charity events and political fundraisers.

    The large walls and high ceilings are perfect for local graffiti art the Roses fell in love with, and large metal and glass sculptures.

    A second-floor podium in the living room — only accessible from an outside staircase — is perfect for addresses from guests of honors at parties, who have included Sen. John McCain, former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Gov. Doug Ducey.

    Their family home is also a fun place for their two boys, with a swimming pool, golf course and wiffle ball field, and a newly renovated pool house turned game and TV room as a kid cave, all in the backyard.

    Jordan Rose, the founder and president of Scottsdale-based Rose Law Group, wanted a place for their boys, 8 and 11 years old, to want to bring their friends over to play.

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    The two are proud their home was recognized as the Home of the Year by Phoenix Home & Garden when it was built in 1989.

    Doug Sydnor, a Scottsdale-based architect, designed the home. The Roses hired him to make additions and changes when they bought it in 2009, “since he did great work originally,” said Jason Rose, the president and co-owner of the Rose+Moser+Allyn public relations firm in Scottsdale.

    “We later discovered we bought our house from (Discount Tire founder and billionaire philanthropist) Bruce Halle, and it was quite a negotiation,” said Jason Rose. “Halle later told us we paid a half a million dollars too much for the home.”

    The couple has commissioned several pieces of art in the house from artists they both love.

    They’ve procured their art collection from their travels in Granada, Nicaragua, Medellin, Colombia, Prague, Cinqueterra, Italy, Santorini, Greece, Amsterdam, Aspen and Laguna Beach.

    They’ve also enjoyed picking up pieces from local artists, including from downtown Scottsdale and Phoenix galleries.

    They have three large metal sculptures from Phoenix-based Pete Deise, Chihuly-like glasswork from Scottsdale-based Newt Grover and large graffiti art wall hangings from Dose.

    Two pieces were also acquired at art auctions that have taken place at the annual Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships: Horses & Horsepower, which Jason Rose’s company owns and produces.

    The Roses are the latest in our ongoing monthly PBJ Cribs series, where Valley executives give an inside look into their homes.

    Click through the slideshow to see more of the Roses’ home, and watch the video to hear what makes their home so unique and special to the family.

    Here’s more on the Rose home:

    Click through the slideshow to see more of the Roses’ home, and watch the video to hear what makes their home so unique and special to the family.

    Here’s more on the Rose home:

    House size: 8,000 square feet

    Size of lot: 2 1/4 acres

    Cost: $3.4 million

    Year built: 1989

    Bedrooms/bathrooms: Five bedrooms/six bathrooms

    Their home’s conversation piece: The many unique art pieces in the home and backyard.

    The most unique aspect of their home: The Getty Museum-like design. “There’s nothing like the home’s hyper contemporary look with its white tiles,” Jason Rose said. “The setting is pretty tough to beat too between Camelback and Mummy Mountains and surrounded by four of Arizona”s top resorts.”

    What sold them on the home: They wanted a big yard for their boys.

    Biggest renovation since they moved in: Spent mid six figures in renovations, including turning the backyard pool house into a kid cave, overhauling the pool and adding the two kids’ rooms.

    Why they chose the area: They say it’s the best area in town. It’s a short drive or bike ride away from the nearby resorts, which they often eat at. It’s also a one-mile walk from Camelback Mountain’s Echo Canyon trail, which they love to hike. And it’s a 10-minute drive to Scottsdale, where they both work.

    Cool cars: Didn’t want to disclose.

    Coolest thing about the backyard: The wiffle ball field that Jason Rose loves to compete and play on. The nine-hole golf course their oldest son designed and helped build.