Gee-whiz tech, a dramatic mood and a fairway view in Biltmore Estates
Loretta Malandro doesn’t have to worry about scouring her Biltmore Estates home for her keys if she misplaces them. It’s not that she’s any less forgetful than the rest of us; she just doesn’t need a key to get into her place.
All she needs is her palm.
The handprint recognition technology affixed to the lock on Malandro’s front door is just one of the uniquely interesting features of her home, which is tucked inside a gated community that runs along the Arizona Biltmore golf course. Malandro’s 3,500-square-foot home has views of the 9th fairway.
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