A three-story Paradise Valley home sold by agents from the Bravo channel series "Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles" to a past president of Chrysler is among this week's priciest home sales in metro Phoenix.
A New Mexico LLC called Philotimo bought a 7,693-square-foot Mediterranean-style estate in north Scottsdale’s exclusive Silverleaf neighborhood. The house, with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, comes with Belgian white oak floors, French limestone fireplaces, a copper standalone tub and two cabanas around the pool. Joshua and Christina Stumpf sold the property. Joshua Stumpf runs Stumpf Capital Management.
JT Properties, led by Jim Thares, founder of Primrose Retirement Communities in South Dakota, also bought a house in Silverleaf. His 9,000-square-foot house has five bedrooms, 6½ bathrooms, a rooftop lounge, a cerulean blue waterfall pool and outdoor dining area with a wood-fired pizza stove and fire pit. The “loveliest gardens of roses and star jasmine enchant throughout the entire property,” according to the listing. Donald and Anne Wood sold the property.
A 5,853-square-foot house in Phoenix’s coveted Arcadia neighborhood was purchased by Roger Balm. The house, situated on a acre of land, comes with Shou Sugi Ban siding, a great room with cathedral beams, chef’s kitchen and butler’s pantry. Real estate agent Benjamin Hawkins sold the house.
Ralph Giles, past president of Chrysler's SRT brand and head of design for Fiat Chrysler, bought a private, gated hillside house with three stories in Paradise Valley. The 7,896-square-foot house has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, an elevator, guest house and sweeping views from all floors.
Dean and Jodi Stein sold the property. Scott Grigg of Realty Executives teamed with real estate agents Josh and Matt Altman of the TV show "Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles" for the sale.
The Ippolito Family Trust led by Vincent Ippolito, chairman of Botanix Pharmaceuticals Ltd., paid cash for a 5,824-square-foot Paradise Valley house with five bedrooms and six bathrooms. No other information was available from the listing. Paul and Claudia Paparella sold the property.
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