The sale of a modern home in north Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain set a new price record for the golf community.
Janet and Danny Dryer paid cash for a 6,900-square-foot house in north Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain, a record for the golf community. Janet Dryer is chair of Minneapolis-based Perforce Software.
The modern house with many glass walls has five bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms. The guest wing has four en suites with steam showers and private balconies. The master bath is encased in white marble with a glass door leading to a private balcony. The great room opens onto an 800-square-foot resort patio.
Jeffrey and Jeanne Smith of Tulsa sold the house. Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty agents Kathleen Benoit, Anne Morrissey, Bee Francis and Karen Baldwin had the listing.
An LLC named after the address of the house paid cash for a new Paradise Valley mansion with 9,000 square feet of space, five bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The modern Mediterranean estate built by Legendary Homes is in the Cameldale corridor. It comes with a modern chef’s kitchen, his and her offices, game room, full bar, 1,500-square-foot guest house and a five-car garage with air conditioning.
Another LLC named after the address, led by Gregory and Audrey Stanford, sold the house. Gregory Stanford is a real estate agent.
The Debra A De Leeuw Trust paid cash for a 6,230-square-foot Paradise Valley house at the base of Camelback Mountain. De Leeuw is a director at CVS Caremark. The contemporary house with five bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms also has an oversized cook’s kitchen, an eight-car garage and rooftop deck. Linda Cohn, vice president at Industrial Packaging Corp., sold the home.
Linda Cohn, who sold the third priciest house this week, purchased a slightly less expensive Paradise Valley mansion near Mummy Mountain. The 10,456-square-foot house with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms has a resort feel, elevator, casita and solid wood floors, according to the listing. Former banker Daniel Rohr sold the property.
The Eble Trust of Black Diamond, Washington, led by Timothy and Lisa Eble, paid cash for a 7,300-square-foot mansion with six bedrooms and 5½ bedrooms in Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. The contemporary house on 2.2 acres has window walls, no stairs anywhere and a master suite with a sitting area, study and expansive closet.
John and Renee Stanton sold the house. John Stanton is the founder and co-owner at Almark Foods Inc., a Georgia-based egg-processing company that opened a Yuma production facility in 2018.
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