A house featured on the cover of Phoenix Home and Garden magazine and mansions with striking outdoor entertainment areas made this week's most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.
All of the top five deals exceeded $3 million.
A 9,500-square-foot mansion in Paradise Valley was purchased by a Delaware LLC called Kingfisher. The home with five bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms is near the southern slope of Mummy Mountain and has a balcony that spans the entire house.
Jon Bilstrom, a retired executive vice president of Comerica, and his wife, Kathy, sold the house, for which they paid $3.85 million in 2016. The couple spent another $700,000 renovating it, according to the listing.
Frank Aazami of Russ Lyon Sotheby's International Realty has the listing.
Kevin and Tara Mackenzie bought a Paradise Valley home with what is described as an “entertainer's backyard” that includes a large pool and pool house complete with kitchen, bar, theater and game room.
Mortgage banker Jon Tobias and his wife, Daisy, sold the 7,600-square-foot house that has five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Andrew and Tiffany Broderick bought an 8,000-square-foot Mediterranean style-mansion in Paradise Valley. The house, with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, has a two-way fireplace, chilled wine room and walls of disappearing glass. Daniel Ahdoot was the seller.
A north Scottsdale home that was featured on the cover of Phoenix Home and Garden magazine was bought by Boyd and Dani Stockham. The 4,500-square-foot house in the Mirabel golf community is full of custom-made furniture and sits on a double fairway.
The house, sold by Winnie Jebson, has four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms.
Jens Gruenkemeir, an executive with Amazon, bought a 4,600-square-foot home in north Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community with a large outdoor entertainment area. The house, with five bedrooms and five bathrooms, was sold by Justin and Kendra Kilbane, who bought it new in 2019.
Researched by The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.
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