Major League Baseball player Christian Yelich with the Milwaukee Brewers bought a Paradise Valley home from National Hockey League defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson, who was with the Arizona Coyotes and now plays for the Vancouver Canucks.
Milwaukee Brewers' left fielder Christian Yelich bought a 6,425-square-foot Paradise Valley home from former Arizona Coyotes player Oliver Ekman-Larsson. The modern house with four bedrooms and seven bathrooms comes with retractable glass walls, a resort-style pool, an outdoor kitchen, a game room, a wine room and a theater.
Phoenix ophthalmologist Dr. Corey Hochman purchased a new “Hampton’s inspired” 8,528-square-foot mansion on the Phoenix side of the Arcadia neighborhood. The home with six bedrooms and nine bathrooms comes with a 12-car garage with an RV door, a casita and 24-foot ceilings in the living room.
Jonathan Woodruff, CEO of Phoenix-based Orsa Technologies, sold the house.
The Michael Arbour Trust of Illinois bought a 6,597-square-foot home designed by Bing Hu in north Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. Arbour is CEO of the third-party administrator Sedgwick. The house with four bedrooms and 5 ½ bathrooms has retractable glass walls, mahogany cabinetry, Jura limestone floors, a game room and “richly-appointed study.”
The Sutherland Trust sold the house.
Spruce Street Holdings LLC purchased a 7,613-square-foot home on the Scottsdale side of the Arcadia neighborhood. The house with four bedrooms and seven bathrooms also has a chef’s kitchen, telescoping doors and a bar/wine wall.
Patti Flint sold the home. Christopher Karas of Launch Real Estate had the listing.
The Brett Meredith Trust paid cash for a 5,202-square-foot home in north Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. The house with four bedrooms and 4 ½ bathrooms has a 10-car underground showroom. The house backs up to 15 acres of open space and also comes with a wet bar, elevator and art gallery.
Michael and Stephanie Cima sold the house.