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Scottsdale home sells for $12.5M

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The most expensive homes sold in Metro Phoenix last week are in northern Scottsdale, with a theater with candy bars and a garage with nine lifts.

$ 12,500,000

Sarah Carmichael paid cash to an 8,500-square-foot mansion in the Silverleaf community in northern Scottsdale. The five-bedroom and seven-bathroom house was built last year and comes with a private gate, a huge entertainment room, a theater with a candy bar, Casita, and a lift-extensible garage to accommodate nine cars. increase.

Steven and Pierangela Sommer from Sommer Custom Homes were the sellers.

$ 9,890,000

Named after the property’s address, LLC paid cash to a 9,030-square-foot new Paradise Valley home with a garage of seven cars. The list did not contain any additional information about the house.

Jordan Luxury Homes sold the house.

$ 9,000,000

Alain and Jolene Schwab paid cash to a 9,222-square-foot property in Scottsdale with seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms. The 1.2-acre home is reserved behind an entrance with two gates. The house has a large great room, a game room and an exercise room connected to the master suite. The 2,450-square-foot guesthouse has 2 bedrooms and 2½ bathrooms.

Richard Boys III was the seller.

$ 6,750,000

Jeffrey Stoke bought a 6,479-square-foot Paradise Valley home with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The house, located on 1.78 acres, is the rock and eye level of a praying monk. The entire property has glass walls and the Master Retreat has a vast view deck.

Ronald and Katherine Brown sold their homes. Ronald Brown is a co-founder of the hotel investment firm Atrium Holdco and was formerly an executive at the Starwood Hotel. Las Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty’s Calende George was on the list.

$ 5,775,000

The OGW Trust has purchased an 8,296-square-foot home in the Desert Mountain community in northern Scottsdale. The house with 5 bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms also features a waterfall island and a huge kitchen with a retractable TV. Tessendorf Property was the seller.

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