A 12-person theater, wine cabinets and cabanas are among the nicest amenities in this week's most expensive home sales in metropolitan Phoenix.
GJP LLC purchased this north Scottsdale house in DC Ranch. The house has four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms. A detached garage can be used as an additional bedroom or guest house. The property features a fountain in the walkway to the front door. Inside the house there are numerous chandeliers, as well as a fireplace in the living room. The 7,010-square-foot house sits on a 2.15 acre plot of land. The backyard has a cabana and fireplace, as well as a bar and grill. The Meadows Family Revocable Trust Agreement sold the house.
John and Tracey Dombowski bought a 9,733-square-foot Paradise Valley house that sits on the northeast edge of Mummy Mountain. The seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom Spanish-style hacienda's elevation offers views of the McDowell Mountains. The combined kitchen and dining room has brick paneling along the walls and exposed wooden beams on the ceiling. Two wine cabinets can stock about 100 bottles. The house has a game room, exercise room and a sauna. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet larger than most bedrooms. Martin Wolf sold the two-story house.
J. Douglas and Barbara Ying Kin Cusick bough this Scottsdale house in Desert Mountain. The 9,160-square-foot house has a view of the Chiricahua Golf Course during the day and the city lights at night. Sharp edges and the sleek design define its modern style. The house has seven bedrooms, 6½ bathrooms, a home theater with 12 theater-style seats, and an exercise room. A wood finish lines the domed ceilings throughout much of the house, with walnut and cherry finishes on the wood floors. Windows in the living room stretch from the floor to the ceiling, giving a clear view of the backyard. The Pai Family Trust sold the house.
William Gruwell, owner of Courtesy Chevrolet, purchased this 5,055-square-foot French country farmhouse in Arcadia. The house has five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms. Camelback Mountain is just a stone's throw from the front porch, where the mountain is clearly visible. There are wood beams, a limestone fireplace and hand-carved cabinets inside the house. The guest house is 754 square feet and is in the backyard, right next to the pool. John Charles Michelet Jr. sold the Phoenix house.
Henry T. Vogt III bought this plot of land in Troon North in Scottsdale. The property will be a single-family residence, according to Maricopa County Recorder documents. The land was paid for in full. JT Properties Investments LLC, a South Dakota company, sold the land.
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