Outdoor kitchen, wooden beams and gazebo are among the luxurious features that can be found in some of this week's most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.
Kenneth Black, trustee of the Citrine Estates Trust, purchased this new-construction mansion with a gazebo in Paradise Valley’s Bel Aire Desert Estates community.
The 7,830-square-foot, single-level estate has six bedrooms, 6½ bathrooms and sits on a 1.02-acre lot.
The mansion comes with exposed wooden beams, custom light fixtures, hand-finished white oak wood flooring and a marble island in the kitchen.
The grounds of the estate feature views of Camelback Mountain and includes a pool with a wet-edge finish, an outdoor kitchen, barbecue area, sauna and guest casita.
BJAN Family Enterprises LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the home.
David Rosinsky, a urologist practicing in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, paid cash through his trust for a new-construction house with golf course views in Scottsdale's Estancia community.
Built in 2018, the contemporary-style home is 5,804 square feet and has natural stone accents, a separate guest house and a four-car garage.
Estancia 103rd, LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company, sold the home.
Donald Levin paid cash through his trust for a 6,357-square-foot mansion in Phoenix's Biltmore Estates community. Levin is the co-owner of American Hockey League's Chicago Wolves, a minor-league team in Rosemont, Illinois.
Inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright architecture, the two-story estate has 9-foot coffered ceilings with indirect lighting, refinished hardwood flooring and a backyard with a ramada, waterfall and slate patio.
Terra Phoenicia Company Inc., a Delaware corporation, sold the house.
Ardy Rydell paid cash for a Spanish-style house with a courtyard in Scottsdale's Mirabel Club community.
The 5,925-square-foot home sits on the 16th fairway of Mirabel Country Club's golf course and comes with four bedrooms and 4 ½ bathrooms.
The house has wood-beamed ceilings, stone fireplaces and a chef's kitchen with granite countertops and double islands. Retractable pocket doors in the great room open the home to a covered patio that has mountain, golf and city-light views.
North American Development Co Inc., an Arizona corporation, and Cruse Development LLC, an Oklahoma limited-liability company, sold the house.
Jonathan and Jennifer Scott purchased this mansion with a wood-paneled office in Paradise Valley's Ward Estates community.
The 7,270-square-foot Spanish-style estate has five bedrooms and six bathrooms.
The mansion features a resort-style backyard that includes a pool, outdoor kitchen, multiple fireplaces and a ramada with a swim-up bar.
Charles and Sarah Superfon sold the 1.36-acre lot property.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.