Almost $27 million was spent on the top 5 priciest houses to sell in metro Phoenix last week. Home features include a 200-foot tree-lined drive, a porte-cochère and a huge home theater.
The Delaware partnership Jorva Partners of Roseville, California, paid cash for a Paradise Valley estate situated on 2.5 acres. The property wasn’t listed, so no additional information was available on its features. Michael Shapiro was the seller.
Ronald and Ty Reeves paid cash for a 6,491-square-foot house with a 10-foot long granite bar in north Scottsdale. The house, with four bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms, also has a porte-cochère, massive stone fireplace and walls of glass. The estate of Clyde Fessler sold the home.
Dennis and Ingeborg Armstrong paid cash for an almost 8,000-square-foot Paradise Valley house with a 200-foot tree-lined driveway. The Santa Barbara-style house, with seven bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms, comes with a home theater with fireplace, two laundry rooms and three upper balconies. The RC Patriots LLC sold it.
Louie Holdings LLC purchased a 7,184-square-foot Paradise Valley house with five bedrooms and 6½ bedrooms. It has a gated entry and circular drive, a large office, gym, wet bar with wine room and a guest house. An LLC named after the address of the house was the seller.
John and Anna Bergmann bought a 5,000-square-foot house on the Phoenix side of the Arcadia neighborhood. The house, with five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms, features an office, stone flooring and an outdoor veranda with a built-in barbecue. Two of the bedrooms are masters. An LLC called Oregon 5 sold it.
Scott Grigg of the Grigg’s Group at Realty Executives had the listing.