A sprawling Sedona estate owned by the Hills Bros. Coffee family sold for $14.75 million. In metro Phoenix, three of the priciest deals during the past week were for new homes, and four of the houses were bought with cash.
Robert Friel paid cash for a new 6,450-square-foot Paradise Valley home on Camelback Mountain. The house with four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms comes with floor-to-ceiling windows, retractable glass walls, an infinity-edge pool, firepit and outdoor kitchen. Friel is the former CEO of the environmental health firm PerkinElmer.
Arco Custom Homes built and sold the house.
Maureen Casey of Whitefish, Montana, paid cash for a Paradise Valley home that wasn’t listed for sale so there’s little information about it available. The house has been remodeled since it last sold.
William and Monica Litle sold the house. William Litle is a Valley real estate agent.
MJK Phoenician LLC of Chicago bought a new home in Scottsdale’s Ascent at The Phoenician community. The 5,269-square-foot house with four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms overlooks the resort's golf course and has a three-car garage. Ascent Builders sold the home.
Scott Grigg of Reality Executives had the listing.
Mary Klein and Steven Pacino of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, paid cash for a 6,000-square-foot new home in Paradise Valley’s Ritz-Carlton community. The home with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms has walls of sliding glass doors, an elevator, Gaggenau appliances and two detached guest quarters.
Developer Megumi LLC was the seller.
Flight instructor Anthony Werner of Castle Rock, Colorado, paid cash for an 8,375-square-foot Santa Barbara-style home in north Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain Community. The house with five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms sits across from a golf course lake. It has six handcarved Cantera fireplaces, a master suite with a workout room, a home theater, a wine room and a guest house.
Michael and Cynthia Sell of Barrington, Illinois, sold the house.
An estate on 173 acres in Sedona was purchased by the Bellevue, Washington, group La Terra LLC. The property has a 6,700-square-foot home, a 1,300-square-foot guest casita and a 1,600-square-foot caretaker’s quarters with a total of five bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
The property also has a gym, an amphitheater, a 2.5-acre park with covered picnic tables, a bandstand and a cantina as well as equestrian facilities.
Ingrid Hills of Hills Bros. Coffee was the seller.
Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty’s Ed Pennington and Jeanette Sauer had the listing.