Art lighting, walls of glass and tiered fountains are among the luxurious features that can be found in some of this week's most expensive home sales in metropolitan Phoenix.
Terrence A. Larsen paid cash for this contemporary-style mansion in north Scottsdale.
The 6,673-square-foot estate has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and sits above the 17th fairway of the Estancia Club golf course.
The mansion features a copper roof and includes stone and wood accents, art lighting, walls of glass, an artwork-preserving humidification system and a separate guest casita.
Donald C. Opatrny Jr., and his wife Judith, sold the house.
Alex Lock and LuAnn D. Santangelo purchased a mansion in Paradise Valley’s Bel Aire Desert Estates community.
The 7,587-square-foot estate has five bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms.
The Santa Barbara/Tuscan-style house has a chef’s kitchen, luxurious master suite with spalike bath, a temperature-controlled wine room and rear grounds that includes a pool, spa and tiered fountain.
Denise M. Bixler sold the house.
Kristen Decker, trustee of the KCGERK Trust, purchased this 10,076-square-foot estate in Mesa's Metes and Bounds community.
Built in 2017, the mansion has six bedrooms, 7½ bathrooms and sits on a nearly two-acre lot.
The mansion's design features include vaulted ceilings, hand-laid European white oak flooring and multiple fireplaces. The home also includes a one-bedroom guest house with separate entry and grounds that include a horse stall and tack room.
Robert L. Johnson and his wife, Melissa, sold the house.
Raymond D. McCall and his wife, Angelina, paid cash for this condominium in Phoenix’s Two Biltmore Estates community.
The 4,880-square-foot unit has three en-suite bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The condo has 12-foot-high ceilings, sliding glass window walls, wood flooring and three balconies with views of the Arizona Biltmore resort golf course.
Two Biltmore Estates LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company, sold the house.
Ghassan Aboukhater, a commercial real-estate investor, purchased a 3,097-square-foot house in Scottsdale.
Built in 1970, the house has five bathrooms and sits on a 1.04-acre lot.
Patrick Collins sold the house.
Researched by Ebony Day and the Information Market.
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