Marble accents, glass walls and private balconies are among the luxurious features that can be found in some of this week's most expensive home sales in metropolitan Phoenix. Among the buyers and sellers: a rental car company executive, a surgical oncologist and a horse farm owner.
Kevin and Lynette Cooper of Eden, Minnesota, purchased a mansion with Mummy Mountain views in Paradise Valley's Sunburst Farms East Six community. Kevin Cooper is a general manager and vice president at Enterprise Holdings, the parent company of car rental brands that include Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent-A-Car.
The mansion features a chef’s kitchen with marble finishes, a 10-foot-tall telescoping glass wall in the great room and his-and-hers closets in the master suite.
The 6,632-square-foot home has five bedrooms, 5½ bathrooms and was built in 2017.
Steven Simpson, president of Simpson and Sons Trading LP, and his wife, Peta, sold the house.
Steven and Mary Ortega paid cash through a family trust for a new-construction house in Paradise Valley’s Gary Estates.
The 1.02-acre lot estate is located within walking distance of the Camelback Golf Club and features multiple fireplaces, a formal dining room, Carrara marble accents and a six-car garage.
There are five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms in the 5,520-square-foot home.
Three P Development LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the home.
Aamna Jalal and Nabil Wasif purchased a house with Camelback Mountain views in Paradise Valley’s Braecrest Estates. Aamna Jalal is the general counsel at Televerde in Phoenix. Nabil Wasif is a surgical oncologist practicing in the Valley.
The 4,000-square-foot hillside-lot estate was completed this year and has three bedrooms and 3½ bathrooms. The home comes with contemporary design features that include custom light fixtures, limestone flooring and a series of glass walls throughout the home.
William and Janelle Nebeker sold the home through a family trust.
Ahmed Shams, chief executive officer of SourceOne Dental Inc., paid cash for a 7,833-square-foot mansion in Phoenix’s Biltmore Mountain Estates II.
The two-story home has five bedrooms, 6½ bathrooms and features a circular-style family room, an oversize media room and a finished basement. The hillside lot home also has two private balconies that offer city and mountain views.
Lee Laris, medical director and chief cosmetic surgeon at Phoenix Skin Medical Surgical Group, sold the home through his trust.
Gary and Nancy Kehl paid cash for an estate with a separate guest house in Scottsdale’s Los Sombras II community. Gary Kehl is the owner of GRK Farms, an Arabian breeding and training facility based in Herriman, Utah. The company recently opened a satellite location in Scottsdale.
The 5,665-square-foot home comes with a modern chef’s kitchen with marble countertops, a floor-to-ceiling stone-accented fireplace and European oak hardwood flooring. Grounds of the estate feature a large covered patio and a garage with RV-height parking.
Parkstar LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the home
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.