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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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