An art gallery, theater rooms and wood-paneled elevator are among the luxurious features in some of this week's priciest home sales in metro Phoenix.
Marc Nemer paid cash through his trust for this mansion with Camelback Mountain views in Paradise Valley's Club Estates community.
The 6,322-square-foot estate has five bedrooms, 5½ bathrooms and was built in 2014.
Architectural features include an imported clay paver roof, vaulted ceilings with exposed wood-beams, Calcutta marble accents and custom finished wood flooring. The breakfast nook's folding glass windows open to a walk-up patio bar and outdoor dining area.
The grounds include a pool, firepit and guest house.
Scott and Victoria Curtis sold the nearly one-acre lot property through their trust.
Richard Shawn Buckley and Andrea Parsek paid cash for a 5,420-square-foot house with a steel frame and concrete construction in Paradise Valley's Clearwater Hills II community.
The contemporary-style house was built in 2014 and features a metal exterior finish, a two-way Italian marble surrounded fireplace, floor-to-ceiling windows and white oak flooring.
The two-story hillside home has four bedrooms, five bathrooms, an art gallery and a wood-paneled elevator.
The grounds include a heated lap pool/spa, a guest house and patios that offer views of the mountains and city lights.
Kevin Pshebniski, as trustee of the KPDP family trust, sold the 1.26-acre property.
Paul and Susan Gilbert paid cash for a 3,940-square-foot penthouse in Scottsdale's Waterfront Residences. Paul Gilbert is the co-founder of Beus Gilbert PLLC, a law firm based in Phoenix.
The three-bedroom, 3½-bathroom condominium has nine-foot ceilings, a media room and white oak flooring. The gourmet kitchen has retractable glass walls that open to an oversized balcony with mountain views.
The complex offers a private fitness studio, club lounge, rooftop pool, spa, concierge and valet services.
Frank Yeary, as trustee of The Sea Turtle Revocable Trust, sold the home. Yeary is an independent director at Intel Corporation and a managing member at Darwin Capital Advisors LLC, a private investment firm based in San Francisco.
Thomas and Sherry Polec purchased a guard-gated mansion surrounded by the McDowell Mountains in Scottsdale's community of Ancala.
Resting on 1.13 acres, the 8,782-square-foot hillside estate features stone, wood and hand-crafted mill work throughout the home.
The estate comes with six bedrooms, 7½ bathrooms, an elevator, a theater room and a 900-bottle wine room.
The grounds of the estate include a negative-edge pool, an outdoor kitchen and a four-car garage with motor court.
Thomas and Lori Franco, sold the home through their family trust.
Peter Paulsen paid cash for a 5,616-square-foot house with a pool in the Squaw Peak Vista community in Phoenix.
The Tuscan-style home built in 1993 has four bedrooms and 3½ bathrooms.
The single-story home includes a fireplace with 17th century French limestone surrounds, a steel frame entryway door and European oak and limestone flooring.
Bill and Susan Roach sold the home.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.