Metro Phoenix's priciest home sales this week closed in Scottsdale, Paradise Valley and Phoenix's Arcadia neighborhood. Resort-style back yards were a popular amenity with buyers.
A Delaware LLC called TPP836 bought a 10,559-square-foot mansion in north Scottsdale’s DC Ranch. The house, with six bedrooms and 7½ bathrooms, comes with walls of glass, a theater and large game room. It was remodeled in 2019. An LLC called Jason 13, led by Merrill Lynch Private Wealth adviser Jason Weese, sold the home.
Jack Popoff purchased an 8,369-square-foot Paradise Valley house with six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. It has a barrel-vaulted herringbone brick kitchen ceiling, retractable glass walls and a resort-style backyard with two cabanas. Candlelight Property Holdings of Wisconsin sold the mansion. Joan Levinson of Realty ONE Group had the listing.
A Spanish-style estate with views of Camelback and Mummy Mountains in Paradise Valley was bought by Peggy Rostan. The 7,437-square-foot house has four bedrooms, six bathrooms, Italian hand-edged marble tile, outdoor entertainment area with fireplace, two offices and full butler’s pantry. Alan Garner of Jackson, Wyoming, sold the house.
Bevma LLC led by Jen Leahy paid cash for a 6,393-square-foot house in north Scottsdale’s Silverleaf community. The Santa Barbara-style house, with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms, has French oak flooring, a kitchen with three ovens, walk-in wine cellar and a spalike bathroom with steam shower, juice bar and two water closets. Denton Patterson was the seller.
Mikaela and Willem Verstraete purchased a 7,000-square-foot house in Phoenix’s Arcadia neighborhood. The house, with six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, also has a master suite with fireplace and steam shower, two laundry rooms, a casita, family room with 29-foot ceiling, gourmet kitchen and glass wall to a resortlike backyard. Gary Shaw and Shannon Downs, owners of Arcadia Management, sold the house.
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