Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey wants to sell his 11,400-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion. The asking price is $8.75 million.
It's unclear whether Ducey is moving, or whether the governor and his family already have moved. The governor's office did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
The property, described in the listing as a “gorgeous French style farmhouse,” sits alongside the Paradise Valley Country Club and has “unobstructed views of Mummy Mountain,” according to the listing.
The house, with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, sits on more than two prime acres in the heart of metro Phoenix’s most exclusive neighborhood — ZIP code 85253.
Ducey, who was CEO of Cold Stone Creamery before getting into politics, bought the land for the home with his wife, Angela, in 2005. The couple paid $1.825 million for the large lot through a group called DAD Properties, according to public real estate records.
The Duceys then had the mansion built, where they raised their three sons.
The stone-façade house comes with beamed ceilings and a "lovely" front courtyard, the listing says.
Vicki Potolicchio of eXp Realty has the listing.
Ducey, a Republican, was elected state treasurer in 2010 and governor in 2014 and reelected in 2018.
Ducey bought a Flagstaff home in the private golf community of Forest Highlands in 2008, according to Coconino County records.
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