Anthony Renda, a former Major League Baseball infielder who played briefly with the Cincinnati Reds and the Boston Red Sox, sold a $2,925,000 Scottsdale property. It was the fifth-priciest house in metro Phoenix to sell last week.
The Goodrich Revocable Living Trust, led by Barry and Kara Goodrich, bought a 5,112-square-foot house on the Phoenix side of Arcadia. The property, with six bedrooms and five bathrooms, comes with quartz and soapstone counters, plank white oak floors, a butler’s pantry, salt-water pool, three outdoor fireplaces and a guest house. Christopher and Amber Russell sold the house.
Real estate agent Greg Sembower sold his north Scottsdale home located on 4.3 acres. The 5,340-square-foot property comes with five bedrooms, 5½ bathrooms, a home theater, wine room, blue spruce-beamed ceilings, retractable glass walls, artificial turf and a guest house. Terry and Lynda Bradley of Edmonton, Canada, sold the house.
Gregg Throgmartin, CEO of the Vista Verde Group, paid cash for a 4,257-square-foot house on the Phoenix side of the Arcadia neighborhood. The ranch-style house with four bedrooms and five bathrooms was remodeled in 2018. It comes with a game room, sports court and views of Camelback Mountain. Stephen and Amanda Resnick sold the house.
Brett Behan and James Stover purchased a 5,428-square-foot Paradise Valley house with four bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms and a pool. Behan is chief operating officer at Banner Health, and Stover is Arizona Medicaid president for Centene Corp. The house’s large kitchen includes two oversized islands. There's space for patio dining and a built-in barbecue. The master suite has a fireplace and two patios. The house’s paved circular drive and motor court provides ample parking. An LLC named after the address of the house was the seller. Walt Danley of Walt Danley Christie's International Real Estate had the listing.
The Glenn A. Spencer Trust of Overland Park, Kansas, paid cash for a 4,400-square-foot north Scottsdale house with views of the McDowell Mountains. Spencer is CEO of Prime Capital Investment Advisors. The house, with five bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms, was remodeled this year. It has European white oak hardwood flooring, massive windows, leathered quartzite countertops and a breakfast nook.
The California-based Renda Group LLC, led by Anthony Renda, sold the house. Tony Renda played for the Cincinnati Reds and the Boston Red Sox. Renda, a second baseman, won the Pac-10 Baseball Player of the Year award in 2011 while playing for the University of California.
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