An Arizona LLC paid cash for a Paradise Valley home with tennis and pickleball courts. The home sold within four days of being listed.
A Tucson LLC named after the address of the property paid cash for a 6,618-square-foot Paradise Valley house with five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms. The gourmet kitchen has quartz slab countertops and the master suite has wood beam ceilings and his and her walk-in closets. Outside, the property has a built-in wet bar, fireplace and tennis and pickleball courts. The Pace Trust was the seller. “Within four days, we had 6 showings and 3 offers” on the home, said Scott Grigg of The Grigg’s Group at Realty Executives, who had the listing.
Benjamin and Jeannine Gillikin purchased an 8,916-square-foot contemporary Paradise Valley mansion with four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Built to house a large art collection, the home has exposed steel beams, cedar plank ceilings, glass walls and a 75-foot lap pool. Christopher Greulich, owner of Greulich’s Automotive Repair, sold the house.
David & Teresa Gross of California bought a 5,619-square-foot new house in Paradise Valley. Located at the foot of Camelback Mountain, it comes with five bedrooms and six bathrooms. It was designed by Moderna Architects. An LLC named after the address of the home was the seller.
Robert and Rosalind Cauffman of Pennsylvania paid cash for a home in north Scottsdale’s Estancia community. The home wasn’t listed for sale, so there’s no information available on it. Sarah Carmichael was the seller.
Andrew and Jennifer Gough purchased a 6,621-square-foot house in the Phoenix side of the Arcadia neighborhood. The house, with six bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms, has barbecues in the front and back yards, a wine room, a kitchen with two dishwashers and pantries, laundry rooms upstairs and downstairs and two storage buildings in the back. Christine Chiao sold the home.
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