Coffered ceilings, walls of glass and marble accents are among the luxurious features in some of this week's priciest home sales in metro Phoenix.
Anita and Gary Rathburn of Tulsa, Oklahoma, paid cash through a trust for a mansion located on more than an acre lot in Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community.
The 8,888-square-foot home was built in 2015 and has been featured in Phoenix Home & Garden magazine. Limestone archways, stone counters, copper detailing and French oak flooring are a few of the finishes of this property. The mansion has five bedrooms, 7½ bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling glass walls and a six-car tandem garage.
The resort-style backyard offers mountain views and includes a negative-edge pool and an outdoor kitchen with barbecue and pizza ovens.
John T. McLaughlin sold the home through his trust.
Craig and Melissa Smith paid cash through a family trust for a gated mansion with Camelback Mountain views in Paradise Valley’s Paradise Home Estates.
Built in 2018, the estate has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and an attached guest wing. The home also has an exercise room, a library and a white marble-accented kitchen.
Built by Casa Blanca Builders on a one-acre lot and designed by architect Don Nulty, the 8,284-square-foot mansion features arched doorways, handcrafted coffered wood ceilings, groin-vaulted hallways and steel-framed windows.
Grounds of the estate include a pool, spa and an interior courtyard with a fountain.
Joruca Holdings LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company, sold the home.
Vernon and Betty Leake paid cash for an 8,592-square-foot contemporary-style mansion in Paradise Valley’s Camelback Lands community.
The one-acre-lot estate has five bedrooms, six bathrooms with design features that include coffered ceilings, retractable glass doors, multiple fireplaces and custom flooring.
The master suite has a bathroom that includes dual showers and his-and-hers closets. Grounds of the home comes with a pool, spa, misting system and a separate guest house.
CB44 LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company, sold the house.
Charles and Regilyn Kozak purchased a mansion in Scottsdale’s Silverleaf at DC Ranch community.
The 6,580-square-foot Mediterranean-style house was completed in 2018 and has five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms.
The mansion has mountain views and features walls of glass, a guest house with a separate entrance and a four-car garage with a mud room entry.
Shaun Kanaka sold the home as manager of Silverleaf 3666 LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company.
David Hardy, a partner at Orangetheory Fitness, purchased and sold a house on a two-acre lot in Paradise Valley. He is also the CEO of Orangetheory Fitness Canada and a former CEO at World Health Edmonton, a fitness club chain based in Canada.
Hardy paid cash for the 3,541-square-foot house originally built in 1955 with four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
He sold the home as president of Franvest US Inc., a fitness-related private investment firm and Arizona corporation.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.