Underground car vaults, pools with swim-up bars and batting cages are among the luxurious features in this week's most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.
Hamid and Mina Naini purchased a mansion in Paradise Valley's Vista Linda community.
The 7,158-square-foot new-construction house has five bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms.
The estate has scenic mountain views and includes a five-car garage, guest house and a resort-size pool with a swim-up bar.
JM Wall Development Inc., an Arizona corporation, sold the house.
Christopher and Deborah Robertson, trustees of the Robertson Family Trust, purchased a house in Paradise Valley's resort-style community of the Village at Mountain Shadows.
The 4,395-square-foot new-construction house has four bedrooms and five bathrooms.
MTS Builders LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company, sold the house.
BTQWK LLC, a Delaware limited-liability company, purchased a 4,901-square-foot house in Scottsdale.
The house sits on a 0.49-acre lot and has five bedrooms and four bathrooms. The house boasts views of Camelback Mountain.
Michael W. Krough and his wife, Kim, sold the house.
Stephen M. Horvath purchased a mansion in Scottsdale’s Cactus Acres community. The 8,036-square-foot house has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and sits on an 1.1-acre lot.
The estate has a two-bedroom guest house, home theater, game room, temperature-controlled wine cellar, two outdoor kitchens and an underground car vault with a limo bay and car lift.
Architectural design features of the Mediterranean-style mansion include Canterra fireplaces, hand-crafted cabinetry, wood beam ceilings, pocket doors and a formal dining room with an oval ceiling.
The landscaped backyard features three fireplaces, a glass-tiled pool with waterfall and swim-up bar, sports court and batting cage.
PCRES Holdings LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company, sold the house.
Diana and Joseph Buhanan purchased a mansion in Phoenix.
The 43,000-square-foot new-construction house has eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and sits on an 0.99-acre lot near the Phoenix Mountain Preserve.
Khalid and Anna Gharib sold the home through their trust.
Researched by Ebony Day and the Information Market.