(Photo: Courtesy of Deborah Negrin/Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty)
Glass walls, game rooms and mountain views are among the luxurious features in this week’s most expensive home sales in metropolitan Phoenix.
David Mortensen, president of Self Esteem Brands LLC, and his wife, Nicolle, paid cash for this mansion in Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. The 10,000-square-foot modern house has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms and overlooks the 15th fairway of Chiricahua Golf Course. The home has 270-degree views of mountains, sunsets and city lights. The home features an open floor plan and patios accessible from all areas of the house, as well as an indoor/outdoor walk-up bar and billiard room. The house also has three large guest suites in a separate wing. Edward Mueller and his wife, Susan, sold the house through their trust.
Robert Pulver, president of All-State Industries Inc., an Iowa manufacturing company, purchased through his trust this house in Scottsdale’s gated community of Estancia. The 5,652-square-foot house has four bedrooms and 4 and a half bathrooms and is a brand new construction. The house boasts views of Pinnacle Peak. E-75 LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company, sold the house.
Jason and Peggy Daskalos, co-owners of Daskalos Development and Investments, purchased this house in Paradise Valley’s Tatum Canyon. The 10,198-square-foot house has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms and rests on one of Paradise Valley’s highest lots, offering views of the city below. The Mediterranean-style house has an entertainment wing, complete with a versatile living space, a two-bedroom guest suite, and an expansive multi-use space that could accommodate a 16-car garage, indoor children’s play area, full gymnasium, indoor sports court and more. Christine Baum sold the house through her trust.
Ruth Asper paid cash through her trust for this four-bedroom, five-bathroom house in Phoenix’s Royal View community. The 5,005-square-foot house is a brand new contemporary-style compound at the foot of Camelback Mountain. The home has walls of glass and an open floor plan. Glass sliders tuck into walls and open to wide patios and Camelback Mountain views. True Craft Residential Inc., a California corporation, sold the home.
Randy Wilcox and his wife, Lisa, paid cash for this house in Paradise Valley. The 5,824-square-foot custom house has four bedrooms, 4 and a half bathrooms and will be completed in August 2018. The house is a modern hacienda farmhouse and comes with a 837-square-foot guest house. The main house has a game room, private office, a four-car garage and an auto court. It has massive sliding-glass doors, a gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry and an oversized island. The house has 16-foot bi-fold windows from the kitchen to outside bar. TruVista Marketing LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the house.
Researched by Lorraine Longhi and the Information Market.
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