Paradise Valley mansion with custom iron lighting, reclaimed hardwood flooring sells for $3.4M

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By Ebony Day | January 28th, 2019

Air-conditioned garages, a temperature-controlled wine room and 12-foot ceilings are among the luxurious features that can be found in some of this week's most expensive home sales in metropolitan Phoenix.

$5,500,000

Oasis Development & Management LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, purchased an 8,737-square-foot mansion in Paradise Valley.

The 1.22-acre lot house, built in 2018, has five bedrooms, 5½ bathrooms. The estate's grounds include a resort-style pool, ramada and views of Camelback Mountain.

Regal American Homes LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company managed by Uri Shemesh, sold the home.

$3,400,000

Stanley Graves, an orthopedic surgeon practicing in Phoenix, and his wife, Patricia, purchased this Santa Barbara/Tuscan-style mansion in Paradise Valley’s Mummy Mountain Park community.

The 6,453-square-foot estate has five bedrooms, 5½ bathrooms and design accents including barreled brick ceilings, hammered copper inlays, slab granite, custom iron lighting and reclaimed hardwood flooring.

Michael and Joanne Macera, trustees of the Macera Family Trust, sold the home.

$2,650,000

Robert Crompton, purchased through his trust a new construction house in Paradise Valley’s Arcadia Vista Manor community.

The Santa Barbara/Ranch style house has five bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms and sits on a 1.03-acre lot.

The estate has views of Camelback Mountain and includes a walk-in temperature-controlled wine room and a front courtyard patio.

Richard Palmer sold the house.

$2,250,000

Diamond Steel LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, paid cash for a house in Paradise Valley’s Bel Aire Desert Estates community.

The 3,538-square-foot contemporary-style house nestled at the base of Mummy Mountain has three bedrooms and 3½ bathrooms.

The house comes with floor-to-ceiling windows, white oak floors, heritage doors and includes a nearly 400-square foot air-conditioned detached garage.

James Scott Whitney sold the house.

$2,210,383

Debra Sylvan DeLeeuw purchased a new home in Paradise Valley’s Mountain Shadows Residences community.

The 3,202-square-foot contemporary-style house has three bedrooms, 3½ bathrooms and features 12-foot ceilings in the great room, quartz countertops and stone flooring.

TNHC Mountain Shadows LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, sold the home.

Researched by Ebony Day and the Information Market.

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