More than $23 million was spent on metro Phoenix’s five priciest home sales during the past week. Each sale was all cash.
A 10,033-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion was purchased by a Delaware LLC called Toirtap. The house in the gated Judson neighborhood comes with six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a wine cellar, conference room, steam room, sauna and floor-to-ceiling glass doors.
An LLC called 4606MO led by Tarl Robinson, CEO of the health product firm Plexus Worldwide, sold the house. Christopher Karas of Launch Real Estate had the listing.
Angels Trust, led by Shane and Robin Robison, purchased a house in north Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. Shane Robison was an executive with Hewlett-Packard. The four bedroom, 4½ bathroom house overlooks the community’s Geronimo golf course. The home has his and her offices, an exercise room, natural stone walls, five fireplaces and three fire pits. The James Pickett Trust sold the house.
David Fordham also bought a house in Scottsdale's Desert Mountain community. The 7,272-square-foot mansion comes with five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, distressed wood floors, beamed ceilings, disappearing glass walls and a 1,000-bottle wine cellar with tasting room. Stephen Newlin sold the house. He was CEO of polymer materials maker PolyOne Corp.
Catapultsmith LLC of Manhattan Beach, California, bought a house on the Phoenix side of the popular Arcadia neighborhood. The recently renovated property wasn’t listed, so there’s little information about it available. James and Kelsey Harden sold the home.
Donna Henslee of Longmont, Colorado, bought a 4,364-square-foot home in Paradise Valley’s Mountain Shadows Resort. Henslee is head of a group called Quiet Ventures. The home, with three bedrooms and 3½ bathrooms, has an outdoor kitchen with a firelit entertaining area and fully retractable glass patio doors. MaryAnn and Duane Miller sold the house. MaryAnn Miller is chief administrative officer for publicly traded Avnet Inc.
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