By Ebony Day| July 15th, 2019
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A man cave with a 300-bottle wine room, a swim-up bar and a two-story library are among the luxurious features in some of this week's priciest home sales in metro Phoenix.

$5,600,000

Kenneth Sawyer used a family trust to purchase this spacious 10,444-square-foot mansion built in 2015 on nearly two acres at Squaw Peak Estates in Paradise Valley.

The open-floor plan mansion has five bedrooms, nine bathrooms and a separate 1,000-square-foot guest house.

The mansion comes with a chef's kitchen with a walk-in refrigerator and grounds that include a pool, putting green, RV garage and an eight-car motor court.

Judy and James Kearns II sold the house through their trust.

$4,250,000

Kent and Lynn Kirimli used a trust to purchase a 10,900-square-foot Mediterranean-style estate with Camelback Mountain views in Paradise Valley's Rancho Valencia community. Kent Kirimli is the chief architect at Title21 Health Solutions, a software company based in California.

The home, built in 2009, has European inspired finishing and fixtures that include arched doorways, column pillars and stone flooring. 

The eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom mansion comes with a game room, home theater and finished basement.

The grounds of the one-acre lot property feature a six-car garage, pool and gazebo with a swim-up bar.

Gregory and Sandra Walton sold the house.

$3,750,000

Brandon Rafi purchased a 6,822-square-foot, modern farmhouse-style home at Del Ray Estates in Phoenix. He is the founder of Rafi Law Group, a personal injury law firm based in Phoenix.

The Arcadia-area mansion has five bedrooms, 6 ½ bathrooms and sits on a 0.81-acre corner lot.

The home, built in 2018, has a metal roof, vaulted ceilings and a gourmet chef's kitchen with dual islands. The master suite features barn-style sliding doors, a two-way fireplace and his-and-hers closets. The home has a basement-level man cave with a bar and a 300-bottle wine room.

The backyard offers Camelback Mountain views and has a pool, a Jacuzzi, an outdoor shower and a barbecue area.

S. Michelle Moore sold the home through a trust.

$3,562,500

An Arizona limited liability company called Wonder Rift RE paid cash for a mansion at Ahwatukee Custom Estates in Phoenix.

Nestled in South Mountain Park Preserve, the sprawling 15,402-square-foot Tuscan-style estate has seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms.

The mansion comes with a two-story wood paneled library and a finished basement that includes a media game room and wine cellar. The home's separate 1,278-square foot guest house has a full kitchen, laundry room and custom dance studio.

Alan Nelson and Deirdre Meldrum sold the home as Members of Fishscale, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company.

$3,521,000

Shepherd Investment Capital, LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, paid cash for a house in Scottsdale's Silverleaf at DC Ranch community.

The 5,150-square-foot, Spanish-style house has four bedrooms, 4 ½ bathrooms and sits on the double 8th/9th and 10th fairways of the Silverleaf golf course.

The house was sold by LeRoy Landhuis, president of Lorson North Land Corp., a Colorado corporation.

Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.

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