Glass pocket doors, limestone flooring and putting greens are among the luxurious features in some of this week's most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.
Brian and Ema Matthews, parents of Toronto Maple Leaf center Auston Matthews, used a trust to purchase a contemporary-style mansion in Phoenix’s Red Rock community.
The 7,319-square-foot, single-story estate nestled at the base of Mummy Mountain has five bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms.
The home was remodeled in 2018 with upgrades that include 27 feet of glass pocket doors, a separate guest casita and a kitchen with Binova cabinets manufactured in Italy.
White Gates LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company, sold the house.
Jeffrey Yauck purchased a house in Scottsdale's Pinnacle Peak Estates. Yauck is the co-founder of PureKana, a cannabis-related business based in Scottsdale.
The four-bedroom, seven-bathroom home was built in 2014 and features modern architecture.
The one-acre lot estate has mountain views and includes a home theater, six-car garage, guest house and a resort-style backyard that features a pool and putting green.
Dragoljub and Katarina Mikalacki sold the house.
David and Gail Lazarus of Saddle River, New Jersey, paid cash for a golf course lot house in Scottsdale’s Mirabel Village IV community.
The 4,080-square-foot home was built in 2013 and has been featured on the cover of Phoenix Home & Garden magazine.
The house comes with three bedrooms, 3½ bathrooms, wood coffered ceilings, multiple fireplaces and a Savant smart-home system. The master bedroom suite has his-and-hers bathroom vanities and a stand-alone soaking tub. The house features Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired stained-glass windows and natural stone accents throughout.
The property includes a freshwater pool, jetted hot tub and a climate-controlled five-car garage.
Donald and Diane Dalgleish of Alberta, Canada, sold the home through a trust.
Pritpal Sandhu and Jasjeet Arneja purchased a 5,093-square-foot house built on a hillside lot at Taliverde in Phoenix.
The Biltmore-area home has four bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms and was designed by architect Vernon Swaback, a protégé of Frank Lloyd Wright.
The contemporary-style home built in 1992 comes with a chef’s kitchen that features granite countertops, rosewood cabinets and a 135-bottle wine refrigerator. The two-story home includes a second-floor patio and a bridge to the pool from the master suite.
William J. Maledon sold the house through his trust. Maledon is the founding partner of Osborn Maledon, P.A., a law firm based in Phoenix.
Robert Orenstein and Amy Foxx-Orenstein purchased a golf course lot house with a pool in the Boulders community in Scottsdale. Robert is an infectious disease physician and Amy is a gastroenterologist, both practicing in the Valley.
Positioned on a cul-de-sac lot, the home has five bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms and an attached guest casita with a separate entrance.
The two-story home was built in 2000 and features limestone flooring and a master bedroom suite on the main level. The home has a private balcony that offers mountain views.
Ruth Engelberg of Montreal, Canada sold the 4,575-square-foot home.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.