A house described as a replica of a 16th-century French chateau on the Scottsdale side of the Arcadia area sold for more than $5.5 million in cash.
Bill and Susan Roach paid cash for an 8,030-square-foot house on the Scottsdale side of the Arcadia neighborhood. It is described as a 14th-century olive mill turned into a 16th-century French chateau, with five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a six-car garage. It comes with mottled tile roofs and age-crumpled chimneys. Attorney Robert Carey and his wife, Gretchen, sold the house.
Kinetic Kapital LLC also purchased a house on the Scottsdale side of Arcadia. The house has four bedrooms and 3½ bathrooms. Steven Horler and Jeffrey West were the sellers.
Axel and Merja Weinrich paid cash for a 4,897-square-foot Fountain Hills house with four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms. The house has 14-foot beamed ceilings, a massive two-way stone fireplace, floor-to-ceiling windows, a casita and a negative-edge pool. David and Dawn Hockersmith were the sellers.
Kathleen and Rick Barnard of Crusted Butte, Colo., paid cash for a 3,362-square-foot house in the north Scottsdale Desert Mountain community. The hacienda-style house has three bedrooms and 3½ bathrooms, a courtyard with a fireplace and bar, two water closets in the master suite and misters for the front and back yards. Sidney and Barbara Bostic sold the property. Cynthia Kolander of Russ Lyon Sotheby's International Realty had the listing.
Melinda Wehrle paid cash for a 3,451-square-foot recently remodeled house in Scottsdale's Gainey Ranch. The house, with four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms, is called a snowbird’s dream, with a heated pool, misters, a hot tub and outdoor bathroom and barbecue. Real estate agent Melinda Samuel was the seller.