A Scottsdale mansion called The Castle On The Hill located on three acres was purchased with cash by a San Francisco couple. It's the second highest-priced home sale recorded in Arizona.
The Heidenreich Trust, led by Gary and Kathie Heidenreich of San Francisco, paid cash for a 12,617-square-foot mansion on three acres in Scottsdale’s Silverleaf community. Called The Castle On The Hill, the house comes with seven bedrooms, 8½ bathrooms and a modern French interior. The home also has a stone façade, marble floors, walls of glass and multiple outdoor living areas. Another Silverleaf mansion sold for $24.1 million last October, setting the record for the state's priciest home sale.
The Tracy J. Williamson Trust sold the house. Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty agents Barry Van Patten, Ginger Van Patten and Barry Van Patten II represented the buyer. The home was designed by Fratantoni Design.
Claire Ownby, the owner of Scottsdale-based interior design firm Ownby Design, bought a 6,589-square-foot house in Scottsdale’s Silverleaf community. It has a Tuscan façade with natural stacked stone, an imported tile roof and multiple outdoor living spaces. Indoors, the house has a two-story great room and a loft family room with bar, along with four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms.
Marilyn David of Oklahoma City sold the property.
Lon and Dawni Schumacher paid cash for an 8,020-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion with four bedrooms and five bathrooms. The couple owns Colorado-based Elle Trucking and Construction. The house comes with a wine room, home theater, bocce ball court, a pool with cabana and outdoor fireplace.
The Delaware LLC Blue DNA Project sold the home.
Andrew and Amy Unkefer purchased a 5,411-square-foot Paradise Valley house with four bedrooms and 3½ bathrooms. The solar house comes with 12-foot ceilings, a custom metal fireplace, domed entry with Venetian plaster, a home theater and an outside Portuguese pizza oven. Andrew and Arlana Spillum sold the property. Andy Spillum is a partner with the accounting firm Eide Bailly.
Jak Holdings LLC led by Jason Kuhanson paid cash for a 6,000-square-foot house in Paradise Valley. The home has four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms, including his and her baths in the master suite. It also comes with a library with extensive woodwork and a detached suite. Clyde and Elizabeth Drewett sold the house.