Scottsdale mansion with wine cellar and six-car garage sells for $4M

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By Ebony Day | June 10th, 2019

A stone-covered courtyard, salt water pool and wine cellars are among the luxurious features found in some of this week's most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.

$4,000,000

Robert and Lori Cantero purchased this spacious 9,275-square-foot mansion in north Scottsdale's Cantabrica Estates. Robert Cantero is the owner of Robert's Lumber Sales, a wholesale industrial lumber company in Bloomington, California.

Inspired by rural Mediterranean architecture, the single-story estate features a stone-covered, circular automotive courtyard; brick barreled ceilings; wood-beamed master bedroom suite; and French limestone-finished flooring.

The open floor plan mansion has eight bedrooms, 8½ bathrooms, an underground wine cellar and a six-car garage.

Grounds of the 2.41-acre lot estate include two guest houses, a negative-edge pool and an outdoor kitchen.

Kittoe-LaBlonde Development LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the house.

$3,395,000

Cobra Collier, trustee of the CRL living trust, purchased a mansion with a circular driveway in Paradise Valley's Folkman Ranch Estates. Collier is president of Magnus Title Agency, LLC in Scottsdale.

The one-acre lot estate has six bedrooms; five bathrooms; a gym; and a climate-controlled, five-car RV garage.

Grounds of the estate includes a one-bedroom guest house and a Pebble Tec pool/spa equipped with a salt water system. 

ARCO Custom Homes, LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the house.

$2,930,000

Gregg Maughan, through his trust, purchased a mansion with mountain views in Paradise Valley's Metes and Bounds community. Maughan is president of Forever Living Products International, Inc., a multilevel marketing company based in Scottsdale.

The home sits on two acres and comes with five bedrooms and six bathrooms.

The contemporary-style estate features a gated front courtyard with a fountain, brick barreled ceilings, a walk-in wine cellar and a detached guest house.

The resort-style backyard includes a gazebo, view deck and a pool with a slide and waterfall.

Tarl Robinson sold the 2.4-acre lot property. Robinson is the founder and CEO of Plexus Worldwide, a Scottsdale-based health and wellness products company.

$2,525,000

Donald and Susan Piper purchased a 4,926-square-foot house with a central courtyard in Paradise Valley's Metes and Bounds community.

The five-bedroom, six-bathroom house comes with architectural details that include vaulted beamed ceilings, plaster walls and Mexican tile flooring.

The home has Camelback Mountain views and a pool, barbecue area and putting green in the backyard.

Alan Birch and Rebecca Curtis sold the 2.53-acre lot property.

$2,425,000

Jeffrey and Annette Ziegler, using a trust, paid cash for a contemporary-style house in Scottsdale's Desert Mountain community. Annette Ziegler is an attorney and justice on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

The 4,409-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bathroom house was built in 2014.

The one-acre lot mansion has mountain views and a backyard with covered outdoor dining areas, a firepit and pool. 

Michael and Jami Hanna sold the home.

Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.