The priciest home to sell in metro Phoenix last week is located in north Scottsdale and comes with a theater with candy bar and a garage with lifts for nine cars.
Sarah Carmichael paid cash for an 8,500-square-foot mansion in north Scottsdale’s Silverleaf community. The house with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms was built last year and comes with a private gate, a huge entertainment room, a theater with candy bar, a casita and a garage that can expand with lifts to house nine cars.
Steven and Pierangela Sommer of Sommer Custom Homes were the sellers.
An LLC named after the address of the property paid cash for a new 9,030-square-foot Paradise Valley home with a seven-car garage. The listing didn’t include additional information about the house.
Jordan Luxury Homes sold the home.
Alan and Jolene Schwab paid cash for a 9,222-square-foot property with seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms in Scottsdale. The home on a 1.2-acre lot is secured behind two gated entrances. The house has a large great room, a game room, and an exercise room attached to the master suite. A 2,450-square-foot guesthouse has two bedrooms and 2½ bathrooms.
Richard Boys III was the seller.
Jeffrey Stork purchased a 6,479-square-foot Paradise Valley house with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The home, located on 1.78 acres, is eye level with Praying Monk rock. The property has walls of glass throughout, and the master retreat has a sprawling view deck.
Ronald and Katherine Brown sold the house. Ronald Brown is co-founder of hotel investment firm Atrium Holdco and was previously an executive with Starwood Hotels. Karen DeGeorge of Russ Lyon Sotheby's International Realty had the listing.
OGW Trust bought an 8,296-square-foot home in north Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. The house with five bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms also comes with an enormous kitchen with a waterfall island and retractable TV. Tessendorf Properties was the seller.
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