Outdoor bathrooms, waterfalls, telescoping windows and sweeping views of mountains and golf courses are among the luxurious features in this week's most expensive home sales in metropolitan Phoenix.
Equity investor Bernard Francois paid cash for a 7,000-square-foot French farmhouse-style house in Paradise Valley. The house has stone walls inside and out, multiple interior chandeliers and is located near Camelback Inn and Mummy Mountain. The estate has four bedrooms and five bathrooms. John Ellerman sold the property.
John Ellerman, the seller in this week's priciest Valley home sale, bought the second priciest home on the list. He purchased a 4,200-square-foot house on the south side of Camelback Mountain in Phoenix. The house has 14-foot ceilings and full wall telescoping windows with views of Praying Monk. The home also has a full kitchen in the backyard and an outdoor bathroom. Michelle King Robson, founder of the Phoenix-based consumer health technology firm HER Inc., sold the home. Her former husband is Ed Robson, founder of Sun Lakes developer Robson Communities.
Terrence Larsen paid cash for a home in north Scottsdale's Estancia community. The 5,900-square-foot house overlooks the third green of a golf course. The home has a media room, multiple offices and cascading waterfalls outside. It also has four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms. John Thomson of Newport Beach, California, sold the contemporary-style home.
Utah fitness club owners David and Jeannette Morrocco bought a new house in north Scottsdale through their trust. The house has six bedrooms, 6½ bathrooms, a casita and a six-car garage off a circular driveway. Scott Smith sold the house, which was built by Toll Brothers last year.
Chairman of the Banc of California Robert Sznewajs paid cash for a 7,600-square-foot home in the heart of Paradise Valley. Dr. Maitray Patel sold the house with dual master suites, many built-in cabinets and a resort-style pool.
Catherine Reagor and The Information Market researched this report.
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