By Catherine Reagor| April 25th, 2022
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A 2.25-acre parcel atop Paradise Valley’s Mummy Mountain set a record last week for the priciest single-family lot land sale in Arizona.

$6,990,000

Channel Red LLC, which is managed by YouTube personalities and video gamers Alia Shelesh, who goes by SSSniperwolf, and Evan Young, known as Evan Sausage, paid cash for 2.25 acres of vacant land on Paradise Valley’s Mummy Mountain. The hillside lot has views of metro Phoenix from every angle. The sale set a record for the highest price for a single-family lot.

Bill Cleverly, former co-CEO of Meritage Homes and CEO of INCA Capital, was the seller. Frank DiMaggio of Launch Real Estate had the listing.

$5,800,000

Dudley and Sharon Coleman, owners of Texas-based Coleman Dudley M Trucking, bought a north Scottsdale mansion situated on 14 acres. The 11,340-square-foot mansion, with seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms, has its own gated entrance, gatehouse and a long winding paver drive to the main house. Nancy Jacobs sold the house.

$5,500,000

Bruce and Miyoko Jacobi paid cash for a 5,447-square-foot property in north Scottsdale’s Troon Country Club. The house, with five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms, was recently renovated and comes with multiple floor-to-ceiling glass sliding doors and a casita. GBP Houses LLC was the seller.

How about a waterslide? Paradise Valley mansion sells for $8.75M

$5,140,000

An LLC named after the address of the property purchased a 7,385-square-foot Paradise Valley house with five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms. The home has 18-foot ceilings, blue and black pearl iridescent tile, dancing water features outside, 28 feet of retractable glass walls and 2,000 square feet of covered patios. Ian Linton sold the house.

$4,477,000

Kenneth and Kathleen Black paid cash for a 5,440-square-foot home with four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms in north Scottsdale's Desert Mountain. The contemporary-style home is still under construction. The kitchen will have a huge walk-in pantry and two refrigerators. The house will also have a glass wine room, 20 feet of walls of retractable glass and an indoor/outdoor bar. Maikai Aina Holdings was the seller.

Reach the reporter at [email protected] or 602-444-8040. Follow her on Twitter @catherinereagor.

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