Out-of-state buyers and sellers dominate the latest list of top home sales in metro Phoenix. Four of the past week's priciest deals were in Scottsdale, with a fifth in Paradise Valley.
Steven Guida of Ladera Ranch, California, used his trust to purchase a mansion in Scottsdale’s Estancia community.
The contemporary style mansion has Pinnacle Peak views and features an abundant use of natural stone, steel and glass throughout the home.
Grounds of the estate include a large covered patio, an outdoor kitchen and a four-car garage.
The 5,241-square-foot, new-construction house has five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms.
Marbella Homes, Inc., an Arizona corporation, sold the house.
John and Camilla Clarke of Lake Forest, Illinois, purchased a mansion in Scottsdale’s Canyon Heights community.
The two-acre lot estate has panoramic desert views and includes a covered patio with an outdoor fireplace and a detached one-bedroom guest house.
The 7,901-square-foot home has five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms.
Christine Plant of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, sold the house through a trust.
Robert and Linda Bradley purchased a modern French colonial style mansion in Scottsdale’s Cactus Acres community.
The 6,240-square-foot estate was completed this year and has six bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms.
The gated mansion has mountain views and comes with a front courtyard, retractable glass pocket doors and white oak wood flooring. The home has a five-car garage that features a dog bath station.
The home comes with a resort-style backyard featuring mountain views and a pool with an automated in-floor cleaning system.
Santos Investments LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the 1.1-acre lot property.
James Haroun of Oakville, Ontario, paid cash for a golf course lot house in Scottsdale's Desert Mountain community.
The two-story home features a staircase with glass railings, skylights, dual master bedroom suites and views of Desert Mountain’s private Cochise golf course.
The 4,795-square-foot home has four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms.
Rose Quartz Holdings, Inc., an Ontario corporation, sold the property.
Jay Barr paid cash using a trust for a 4,140-square-foot house with a circular driveway in Paradise Valley’s Country Club Acres 2 community. Barr works at Savitsky, Satin, Bacon & Bucci, a Los Angeles-based business management firm that serves celebrities and public figures. The person Barr represented was not directly named.
The open floor plan home has four bedrooms, 6½ bathrooms and comes with contemporary design features, including two great rooms, linear fireplaces and a smart home system.
Grounds of the estate include a pool and a separate 3,000-square-foot auxiliary garage.
Bradley and Stephanie Cullum sold the home through their family trust.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.