Cabanas, stone flooring and fitness rooms are among the luxurious features in some of this week's most expensive home sales in metropolitan Phoenix.
Lacey Osborn, trustee of the William C. Osborn trust, paid cash for a mansion with views of Mummy and Camelback mountains in Paradise Valley.
The 8,634-square-foot house has five bedrooms, 5½ bathrooms and was built in 2008.
Design features include exposed wood beam ceilings, skylights, arched doorways and hardwood and stone flooring throughout.
The single-level home features a master suite with an exercise room; a Crestron AV system; a 500-bottle walk-in wine room and a separate guest house.
Grounds of the estate include a pool, an outdoor kitchen and a putting green.
Tim and Kelly Phelan sold the house. Tim Phelan is the co-owner and CEO of CSI Construction, a general contractor firm based in Colorado.
John and Dawn Meyer paid cash for this 6,000-square-foot mansion in Scottsdale’s gated village of Saguaro Forest at Desert Mountain.
The contemporary-style estate has four bedrooms, five bathrooms and was built in 2018.
The one acre-lot house features a foyer with walnut wood wrapped columns and an 18-foot slate tiled fireplace in the great room. The home also has a four-car garage with an installed 240 volt charging station for electric vehicles.
The backyard includes a pool, spa and a one-bedroom guest house.
Jacob and Amy Murdock sold the home through their trust.
Jeffrey and Michele Geweniger purchased this 8,157-square-foot mansion with a gazebo in north Scottsdale’s Pima Acres community.
The estate has seven bedrooms, 6½ bathrooms and mountain views.
Built in 2000, the single-level home features a modern gourmet kitchen with a large kitchen island and a backyard that includes a spa, pool with water features and a guest house.
Elliott Sud sold the 1.6-acre property.
Wei Wang and Alex Xu, through their family trust, purchased this 8,375-square-foot estate with a putting green in Paradise Valley’s gated community of Finisterre. Wei Wang is an attorney in California.
The Santa Barbara-style mansion was originally built in 1984 and features 15-foot ceilings, a home theater and a walk-in wine vault. The home has four bedrooms, five bathrooms and a guest house.
Grounds of the estate include a 50-foot ceramic tiled pool, barbecue area and a 2,000-square-foot southern exposure patio.
Dushyant Gandhi, as trustee of the DKBK Real Estate Trust, sold the home. Gandhi is a principal member at Troon Worldwide Properties, LLC , which has an office in Paradise Valley.
Joshua and Susan Hartman paid cash for a gated mansion located on more than an acre in Scottsdale’s Paradise Valley Farms community.
The 6,832 square-foot home was featured in Phoenix Home & Garden and Sunset magazines. Venetian plaster, custom-cabinetry and stone flooring are a few fine finishes of this property. The mansion comes with four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a sports lounge and a fitness room.
Grounds of the estate were professionally designed by award-winning landscape architect Greg Trutza and includes a pool, spa and cabana.
Elliot Maisel sold the home. Maisel is the Chairman and CEO at Gulf Distributing Company of Mobile, LLC, an Alabama-based beverage distributor.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.