National Hockey League center Tyler Bozak and his wife, Molly, paid $5.75 million for a north Scottsdale house with a “Bellagio-style pool,” game room and sliding glass walls.
The John Christopher McCarthy Trust paid cash for an almost 13,000-square-foot mansion at the base of Paradise Valley’s Camelback Mountain. He is the owner of the Kansas-based car dealership firm McCarthy Auto Group. The Spanish Colonial-style house with six bedrooms and 12 bathrooms was called a “move-in ready compound” in the listing.
The property has his and hers outdoor showers, his and hers offices, a 21-seat theater, two guest houses, a separate gym building and tennis and basketball courts. Scott and Catherine Allen sold the property. He is president of Cash Time Title Loans.
Wow Properties LLC purchased a Paradise Valley house with an adjacent one-acre lot near the Arizona Biltmore. The 12,161-square foot mansion has seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The backyard has an Olympic-size pool, bocce ball courts, a putting green, sand volleyball court, ground trampoline and two fire pits. The interior has marble floors, an imported Italian staircase, limestone columns, a stone wine cave and five fireplaces.
Ali and Mahdieh Askari were the sellers. The sale sets a record for the Biltmore neighborhood, said Frank Aazami of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty, who had the listing.
Michael and Linda Keefe of Wyoming paid cash for a 7,461-square-foot north Scottsdale estate with seven bedrooms and 7½ bathrooms that is located on 18 acres. The property has two Spanish hacienda-style homes, a resort-style pool and three tee boxes to reach a custom golf green. Timothy Rickman was the seller.
National Hockey League center Tyler Bozak and his wife Molly purchased a 6,150-square-foot house in north Scottsdale. Bozak, who plays for the St. Louis Blues, scored an overtime goal Wednesday to keep the team alive in the NHL playoffs. The couple’s house comes with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a firepit, a game room, “Bellagio-style pool,” glass sliding walls and casita.
The Tutton Trust sold the property.
Dr. Feras Aldaoud, an internist, bought an 8,185-square-foot Paradise Valley house with four bedrooms and five bathrooms. The house has a kitchen with a copper oven hood and butler’s pantry, wine room and game room with wet bar. Stephen and Anna Stine were the sellers.
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