A golf cart garage, an electric vehicle charging station and a sauna room are among the features in some of this week's most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.
Joseph P. Ferraro paid cash for an 8,017-square-foot, new-construction mansion in Paradise Valley’s community of Adobe Ranch Unit 1.
The 1-acre-lot estate has five bedrooms, eight bathrooms and was built in 2018.
The mansion features a kitchen with double islands and marble counter tops. The home also has a sauna room and a separate guest house.
The resort-style backyard offers views of Camelback and Mummy mountains and includes a pool, barbecue station and a ramada with a swim-up bar.
Carol S. Levins sold the home as manager of Sandcastle Enterprises LLC, a Nevada limited-liability company.
Arthur and Barbara Winkleblack paid cash through a trust for a new-construction 5,126-square-foot house in Phoenix’s Jokake Terrace community. Arthur Winkleblack is a former executive vice president and chief financial officer of the H.J. Heinz Company.
The half-acre-lot estate has four bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms and was built this year.
The home has contemporary design features that include a fireplace in the master bedroom suite, a game room with a snack bar and a separate 502-square-foot guest house.
McIntyre Development LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company, sold the house.
Rachel and Aron Baynes, the recently acquired center for the Phoenix Suns, paid cash for a 5,602-square-foot house with Camelback Mountain views in Phoenix’s Fairlane community. Baynes joined the Suns in June after he was traded by the Boston Celtics during the 2019 NBA Draft.
The open-floor-plan house has five bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms and was built in 2017.
The home features a gated front patio, a gourmet kitchen with an oversize marble island and a master bedroom suite with a stand-alone bathtub.
The grounds of the Arcadia-area home come with a pool, an outdoor fireplace and a three-car garage with an installed charging station for electric vehicles.
The home was sold by Antonios and Roushan Christofellis, co-founders of Salad and Go, a Valley-based drive-thru restaurant chain.
Mark and Bethann Lyons purchased a house with a pool in Scottsdale’s Hidden Village 15 community. Mark Lyons is a neurosurgeon practicing in Phoenix.
The single-level home comes with a brick-paved front patio, custom light fixtures and a his-and-hers-style office. The house features modern farmhouse design accents that includes interior barn-style sliding doors and a mudroom with a Dutch door.
The 4,294-square-foot house has four bedrooms and 3½ bathrooms.
Monterosa Home LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company, sold the home.
Adam and Christina Hizme purchased a ranch-style house in Scottsdale's Mountain View community.
The 4,831-square-foot house was built in 1952 and has six bedrooms and six bathrooms.
The home has Camelback Mountain views and includes a 600-square-foot guest house, a four-car garage and a separate golf-cart garage.
Nicolas Bebeau, an oral surgeon practicing in the Valley, and his wife, Licci, sold the house.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.