Golf-course lots, arched doorways and chandeliers are among the features that can be found in some of this week's most expensive homes sold in metropolitan Phoenix.
Adam Jones, the Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder and five-time Major League Baseball All-Star, used a trust to purchase a 7,428-square-foot mansion with mountain views in Paradise Valley’s Bel-Aire Desert Estates.
The gated estate has six bedrooms, 5½ bathrooms and a separate guest house.
Design features of the contemporary-style home include wood-beam ceilings, marble accents and a fireplace with limestone surrounds. The home also comes with smart home technology that includes WiFi-controlled thermostats.
Grounds of the one-acre lot property feature a pool in the back yard, a ramada and an outdoor kitchen.
An Arizona limited liability company called LJG Kids LLC sold the home.
William B. Hanlon III and Victoria S. Hanlon, trustees of the Kingfisher trust, purchased this 6,728-square-foot, golf-course-lot estate in Paradise Valley.
The Spanish-style house has three bedrooms, 3½ bathrooms and was designed by architect Bill Tull.
The two-story home comes with wood-beamed ceilings, skylights, retractable glass walls and four sculpted fireplaces. The master bedroom suite has his-and-her closets and a bathroom with a standalone soaking tub.
Grounds of the estate includes a private courtyard, spa and pool.
Terrence W. Thomas of Traverse City, Michigan, sold the home through his trust.
Russell and Janet Dean of Kennewick, Washington, paid cash for a 9,381-square-foot gated mansion with a home theater in Scottsdale’s Tecolote Montana community.
The 8.75-acre lot estate has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and was built in 2006.
The two-story home has wood inlaid ceilings, column pillars, arched doorways and Venetian plaster walls. The gourmet chef's kitchen features dual islands, chandelier light fixtures and a 600-bottle wine cellar. The mansion also comes with two separate detached guest homes and a four-car garage.
The mansion’s resort-style backyard offers views of Black Mountain and includes a pool, barbecue area and an outdoor fireplace.
Frederick and Donna Nolen of Naperville, Illinois, sold the house through their trusts.
William and Janet Gooden of Castle Rock, Colorado, paid cash for a golf-course lot estate in Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community.
The 5,770-square-foot, single-level home has five bedrooms, 5½ bathrooms and is located between the 15th and 16th fairways of the Apache course at the Desert Mountain Golf Club.
Built in 2019, the estate comes with 9-foot ceilings, a dining area with a wet bar and a glass-enclosed wine room. The living room has a fireplace and a retractable glass wall that opens to a covered patio that offers mountain and city-light views.
Grounds of the property feature an outdoor kitchen, pool and fire pit.
John G. Deakin Sr. and Michael E. Purtill sold the house.
Scott and Jane Wilson paid cash for a contemporary-style mansion with solar panels in Paradise Valley's Stone Canyon East community.
Located at the base of Camelback Mountain, the 6,100-square-foot house has five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
The property features a front courtyard with desert landscaping, wood-beam ceilings, sliding-glass walls, stone flooring and a temperature-controlled wine room.
James A. Baker of Oklahoma City sold the 1.16-acre lot property through a trust.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.