Paradise Valley mansions dominated this week's list of metro Phoenix's priciest home sales. A $13.5 million home with 10 bathrooms tops the list.
An LLC named after the address of the home bought a 14,274-square-foot mansion in Paradise Valley’s Nauni Valley Ranch neighborhood. The house with eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms also has a seven-car garage. The listing didn’t include more information. A Canadian group called 978151 Alberta was the seller. The home is located close to a mansion that sold for $18 million last November.
Joan Levinson of Realty ONE Group had the listing.
Gary and Kathleen Heidenreich paid cash for a 10,349-square-foot mansion in north Scottsdale’s posh Silverleaf community. The “elegant Mediterranean estate” with six bedrooms and 7 ½ bathrooms has a gated driveway, auto court, 900-bottle wine cellar and glass all bar. A Delaware LLC called M&M MMP Investments sold the home.
The Morgan Maxwell LLC paid cash for an 8,400-square-foot home in Paradise Valley’s Clearwater Hills neighborhood. The house with five bedrooms and nine bathrooms comes with several walls of glass, a private gated-drive and huge covered balconies with glass railings. PV Longlook LLC led by Brad Galinson of Maine sold the home.
Matthew and Angela Griffith purchased a 10,056-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion located on three acres. The house with seven bedrooms and 7 ½ bathrooms has a chef’s kitchen, “outdoor oasis” that includes a guest casita, tennis court, ramada and outdoor living space with kitchen. David Watson sold the home.
A Delaware LLC called Casa Blanca AZ bought a Paradise Valley “Santa Barbara-style” home with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. With views of Camelback Mountain, the home has four en suite bedrooms in the main house and a separate casita with two en suite bedrooms. The outdoor living area has a resort-style pool and spa. John and Erin Gogolak sold the home. John Gogolak is an investment adviser.