Glass walls, marble fireplaces and two-way fireplaces are among the luxurious features that can be found in some of this week's most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.
Daniel and Kaye Lyon, trustees of the Lyon Family Trust, purchased this golf course lot house with mountain views in Scottsdale's gated community of Estancia.
Built in 2007, the Asian contemporary-style home is 4,890 square feet and has four en-suite bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms.
Architectural details of the home include a pagoda-style roof, plank wood vaulted ceilings, granite countertops and bamboo and stone flooring.
The backyard features a negative-edge pool, spa and covered patios.
Lot 55 Estancia AZ LLC, a Delaware limited-liability company, sold the home.
Mark and Michelle Jung paid cash through their trust for a 5,405-square-foot luxury contemporary-style penthouse in Paradise Valley’s Enclave at Borgata. Mark Jung is the former CEO of IGN Entertainment, a video game media and entertainment company.
The four-bedroom, six-bathroom condo features 10-foot ceilings, marble-surrounded fireplaces, glass wall systems, Portuguese limestone flooring and covered patio decks with views of Camelback Mountain.
Cheryl Ellegard sold the home.
William and Mari Orke, using a trust, paid cash for a house in Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community.
The 4,568-square-foot contemporary-style house has four bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms and overlooks the 7th fairway of the Chiricahua golf course at Desert Mountain Golf Club.
The house features natural stone accents, an air-conditioned workshop and a chef’s kitchen with granite countertops and double islands.
Ernest and Cynthia Payne, co-trustees of the EC Duzit Trust, sold the 1.02-acre lot property.
Douglas and Kelly Eaton, as trustees of the D.K. Eaton Family Trust, paid cash for a 4,307-square-foot house at Casa Blanca Estates in Paradise Valley. Douglas Eaton is the former CEO of Vantage Mobility International, a Phoenix-based company that manufactures and distributes wheelchair-accessible vehicles.
The 0.93-acre lot Santa Barbara-style house was built in 1999.
Michael and Janet Daniels sold the home.
Ann and William Smith Jr. purchased a new-construction mansion with mountain views in Scottsdale’s Whisper Rock community.
The 6,156-square-foot single-level estate has five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms.
The mansion has 9-foot ceilings, retractable glass walls and a two-way fireplace in the family room. The spacious master suite includes a spa-style bathroom with a stand-alone tub.
The estate grounds feature covered patios, a barbecue area and a vanishing-edge pool/spa with glass mosaic tile.
JLG Lending LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company, sold the house.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.