Throughout the year, high-end communities such as Paradise Valley and Scottsdale have seen numerous multi-million-dollar transactions. In November, several luxury properties closed in Metro Phoenix. Including one residential sale that was the second-highest in Arizona’s history. Here is more on the top luxury sales in Metro Phoenix:
According to a recent article, one of the most expensive luxury real estate transactions on the market last month took place in Paradise Valley. The five-acre estate was built in 2009 for Robert Sarver, owner of the Phoenix Suns. The $20.9 million price tag made the residential sale the highest in Paradise Valley and the second most expensive in the state. The 18,000-square-foot main house has five bedrooms, a formal entertaining area, an office area, private exercise space, a chef’s kitchen, a bar, and a salon and private spa. ?The 10,000 square foot guest house has two bedrooms that can be part of the primary residence or private. The estate also has a swimming pool and a nine-car motor court area.
Another Paradise Valley home, the “Eagle’s Nest,” also recently sold for $5,755,000. Arizona architect Lash McDaniel designed the 9000-square foot mansion. The stunning property is located on Mummy Mountain and reportedly “features a custom eagle designed bronze electronic gate, polished marble flooring and walls of glass throughout the home.”
Paradise Valley’s Sanctuary community saw a $2,900,00 sale of a 7,334-square foot property. The two-story, four-bedroom, six-bathroom home has a formal dining room and library. The property also features a separate workshop and Mediterranean-style garden landscaping.
The Tatum Garden Estates Subdivision had a $2,800,000 cash buyer sale of a 4,853-square-foot new-construction four-car garage Santa Barbara/Tuscan-style home. The five-bedroom and five-and-a-half bath property has Phoenix Mountain Preserve views and a custom swimming pool.
Scottsdale’s Gainey Ranch community added new owners with the $3,050,000 sale of a 4,855-square foot home with a pool. The sellers were Tom and Debra Mauro. Tom Mauro is the founder of Calgary, Alberta-based luxury builder Albi Homes Ltd.
A cash buyer paid $2,575,000 for a two-story property in Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. The 5,541-square-foot five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom estate overlooks the 14th hole of the Chiricahua golf course at Desert Mountain Golf Club. The property grounds feature a negative-edge pool, separate guest house, and bar-b-que area.
The most expensive Arizona residential sale this year was in the Silverleaf community in Scottsdale in early October. The 15,534-square-foot Silverleaf property sold for $24.1 million?the highest selling price for a home in the state’s history.
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