Tennis courts, soaking tubs and a staircase with glass railings are among the luxurious features in this week's most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.
Jose Meraz Jr. and Nuvia Gardea Frias purchased a contemporary-style, 10,512-square-foot mansion in Paradise Valley's Club Estates III community.
The two-acre lot home has five bedrooms, four bathrooms and was built in 2011.
The estate has unobstructed views of Mummy and Camelback mountains and features a backyard that includes a pool and a guest house.
Mulvern Properties, LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the house.
David Word paid cash through his trust for this resort-inspired, 12,263-square-foot mansion in Paradise Valley's Shoen Estates.
The estate has six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and was completely rebuilt with contemporary-style architecture and design elements in 2012.
The two acre-lot house features a staircase with glass railings and a modern kitchen with a custom chef's table. The home comes with a home theater, a guest house and an exercise room with full sauna and steam room.
Grounds of the palm tree-lined estate includes a 33-foot negative-edge pool, firepits, a sports court and a lighted tennis court.
Fabrice and Misty-Anne Dechoux sold the home through a trust.
Rahn and Vickie Pitzer paid cash for this 2.7-acre plot of land in Scottsdale's Saguaro Forest at Desert Mountain community. Rahn Pitzer is the president at Vector Magnetics, LLC, a New York-based directional drilling and relief well technology company.
The property will be a single-family residence, according to Maricopa County Recorder's Office documents.
J. Wayne Mailloux, trustee of the Beatrice Penny-Lynne Mailloux trust, Andy Halmay and Penny Mailloux, co-trustees of the Stonehill Trust, sold the land.
Gregory and Karalyn Gates purchased a 2,485-square-foot townhouse with a balcony in Chandler's Crescent Falls at Fulton Ranch community.
The home features a modern-style kitchen with granite counter tops and a breakfast bar. The master bedroom suite includes a large walk-in closet and a bathroom with a soaking tub.
The townhouse has three bedrooms, 2½ bathrooms and was built in 2007.
James Brown sold the home.
Steven and Marlene Hammerstrom purchased a contemporary-style mansion with mountain and desert views in Scottsdale's Canyon Heights community. Steven Hammerstrom is a podiatrist and a founding partner at Comprehensive Foot Centers that serve the Kansas City area.
The 10,869-square-foot estate has seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and sits on a 2.6-acre lot.
Built in 2006, the contemporary-style mansion features floor-to-ceiling glass windows, a large chef's kitchen and a master suite with separate his and hers walk-in closets.
Grounds of the estate include a negative-edge pool, a full-sized tennis court and a 12-car garage.
Leslie Brun sold the home.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.