Infinity edge pools, brick barreled ceilings and putting greens are among the luxurious features found in some of this week's most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.
A Delaware limited-liability company called 19349 N. 101st St. paid cash for a 6,190-square-foot mansion in Scottsdale’s Horseshoe Canyon in the Silverleaf at DC Ranch community.
The 1.13-acre lot home has four bedrooms, five bathrooms and was built in 2016.
The grounds of the estate feature a pool, hot tub/spa, covered patio, barbecue area and a tennis court.
Jamin Carnahan of Plattner, Schneidman, Scheider & Jeffries P.C., as special trustee of the Karen M. Stratton declaration of trust, sold the house.
Using a trust, Ken Goodrich paid cash for a house with mountain and city light views in Scottsdale’s DC Ranch.
The 5,502-square-foot single-level home has four bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms and is located on the 17th hole of the DC Ranch Country Club golf course.
The contemporary-style house was designed by architect Vern Swaback and features a metal roof, floor-to-ceiling windows and floating block wall ceiling accents.
The grounds of the property include a glass-surrounded spa and an infinity edge pool.
Lynn and John Van Der Werf Jr. sold the 1.15-acre lot property through their trust.
Rajeev and Cynthia Kathuria, as trustees of the Kismet trust, purchased this 10,200-square-foot Tuscan-style mansion with a lighted sport court in Paradise Valley’s Villaresi community. Rajeev Kathuria is a cardiothoracic surgeon practicing in the Valley.
The five-bedroom, nine-bathroom mansion was built in 2003. The home comes with exposed wooden beams, a butler’s pantry, formal dining room, home theater and wine cellar.
The spacious master suite includes a sitting area, wood paneled office and a sauna.
The grounds of the estate feature a resort-style pool, putting green and a detached guest casita with a one-car garage.
Robert and Janet Bohannon sold the 1.55-acre lot estate through their family trust. Robert Bohannon is the former chairman, chief executive and president of Viad Corp., a marketing company headquartered in Phoenix.
William and Beverly Goss paid cash for a 6,143-square-foot new-construction estate with views of Camelback Mountain in Paradise Valley’s Arcadia Vista Manor community.
The 1.1-acre lot modern French farmhouse-style mansion has five bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms.
The home features brick barreled ceilings, reclaimed wooden beams, a kitchen with an oversize marble island and walls of sliding glass doors.
The home was sold by Robert, Kim and Tyler Schacter.
Timothy Ruckman paid cash through his trust for a 7,461-square-foot estate in north Scottsdale.
The two-story gated mansion comes with seven bedrooms and 7½ bathrooms. The home has custom distressed wood beam ceilings, a chef's kitchen with alder cabinetry, a master suite on the main level, walnut flooring and copper trim design accents throughout.
The nearly 20-acre lot estate includes grounds that feature a Wiffle ball field, golf putting areas and a detached two-bedroom guest house.
Jeremy Roenick, former center for the Arizona Coyotes, and his wife, Tracy, sold the house.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.