The Golden State Warriors’ Kelly Oubre Jr. sold a Paradise Valley home he bought while playing in the NBA for the Phoenix Suns. That sale and the rest of this week’s priciest home sales all were cash deals.
GM321GO LLC, led by CrossFit Inc. founder Gregg Glassman of Prescott, bought a home on the Scottsdale side of the popular Arcadia neighborhood. The house, on almost 2.2 acres, wasn’t listed for sale. Property records show it was built in 1952. Thomas Waite sold the property. Aerial photos show a more modern home and an extra lot on the property.
The Melissa D Schumacher Trust of Elkhorn, Nebraska, purchased a 9,279-square-foot mansion in north Scottsdale’s posh Silverleaf neighborhood. The house, with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, sits on four acres. Called a “modern ranch masterpiece,” the home has six-car garage, glass walls, coffee bar and guest house.
A Nevada LLC called Scottsdale Land Holdings sold the estate.
Through the Delaware LLC Soul Investment Properties, NBA player Kelly Oubre Jr. sold a Paradise Valley house that he bought in 2019 while with the Suns. Geoffrey Couch of Pebble Beach, California, paid cash for the 6,500-square-foot modern home with four bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen and views of Camelback Mountain. Couch owns a beer distributing company.
Jeremy and Teresa Chandler bought a modern 6,500-square-foot Paradise Valley house with five bedrooms, 6½ bathrooms, chef’s kitchen, game room, bifold doors and four-car garage. Mark Drinkwater sold the home, which sits on almost one acre.
Wendy Lentz of Launch Real Estate’s Karas Group had the listing.
Brian Hardy bought an 8,200-square-foot mansion situated on almost five acres next to a Cave Creek mountain. The house has five bedrooms, nine bathrooms, planked-wooden ceilings, kitchen with three ovens, a steam shower in the master bath, coffee station and casita. The Samuel and Valier Andrus Trust sold the home. The couple owns Andrus Properties.