An attorney, doctor, software CEO, salon owner and real estate agent are among the buyers and sellers of this week's priciest metro Phoenix homes.
Arizona attorney Frank Schwartz paid cash for a 5,031-square-foot modern house on two acres in Paradise Valley. The house, with disappearing glass walls, a negative-edge pool, guesthouse carved out of a mountain and 936-bottle wine room has four bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Anton Plut, CEO of Frontline Road Safety, sold the home. Joan Levinson with Realty One had the listing.
Illinois salon and spa owner Cheryl Tricoci bought a new 4,402-square-foot house in the exclusive north Scottsdale neighborhood Silverleaf. The house, sold by Rod Cullum of Cullum Homes, has four bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms and a three-garage. It's in an enclave of the community that only has 19 homes.
Dr. Kevin Kerchansky and his wife, Chelsey, purchased a Paradise Valley house with a chef’s kitchen that includes a built-in steam oven and espresso bar. The great room of the house has 20-foot sliding glass doors. The 5,800-square-foot house, with five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms, is situated between Camelback and Mummy mountains. Ira Gaines sold the property.
Ronald and Ty Reeves bought a new home in north Scottsdale’s White Horse community. The house was not listed, so there’s little information available on it. The community has 50 homes. Ty Reeves is a Valley real estate agent. The seller was an LLC representing Camelot Homes.
Kristin and Barton Taylor of Draper, Utah, purchased a new home on the Scottsdale side of the popular Arcadia neighborhood. Barton Taylor is CEO of the software firm Tazworks. The 5,840-square-foot house, with five bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms, is in a cul-de-sac. The listing said the buyer can design the master closet, and the house has a “new car” clean smell.
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