Glass walls, an elevator and a temperature-controlled wine cellar are among the luxurious features that can be found in some of this week's most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.
All the top five deals exceeded $3 million.
Topping the list this week is the sale of a contemporary-style mansion with 12 bathrooms in Paradise Valley’s Villaresi subdivision. Resort at Paradise Valley, a Nevada limited liability company, sold the 1.8-acre estate to an Arizona limited liability company named after the property address.
The 12,998-square-foot estate features a 25-foot disappearing glass wall in the living room, multiple fireplaces and a wood-paneled home office. The six-bedroom property also comes with a sauna room and a formal dining area.
Grounds of the residence feature resort-style amenities including a pool, putting green and a tennis court.
Thomas and Cathy Fenchel purchased a 1.03-acre lot estate in Paradise Valley's Legendary Estates subdivision. Thomas Fenchel is the CEO of inventory management company Quetico LLC.
The 6,158-square-foot property features seven bathrooms.
Mercury88 LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the house.
Christopher and Lori Harder purchased a newly built home in Paradise Valley's Stoneview community.
The 1.02-acre property has Camelback Mountain views, and the 6,681-square-foot house has five bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms. It features retractable glass walls and a gourmet kitchen with a walk-in pantry.
The house, built this year, comes with a separate guest house and a four-car garage.
Robert and Amy Norton sold the house.
E.J. Strelitz of Virginia Beach, Virginia, paid cash through a trust for a hillside lot mansion with Pinnacle Peak and city light views in Scottsdale's Estancia community.
The four-bedroom contemporary-style house features polished limestone flooring and a temperature-controlled wine cellar. A media room, a library and a home elevator are included in the 7,338-square-foot-residence.
Michel D. Blair sold the house through a trust.
Flyway Investments LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, paid cash for an estate with a pool in Phoenix’s Lafayette Villa subdivision.
The 4,000-square-foot home comes with front courtyard, reclaimed brick exterior accents and soaring wood-beam ceilings. The backyard features a spacious covered patio and a sports court.
Russell Mason, president of Catalina Custom Homes Inc, and his wife, Julie, sold the property through a trust.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.