One of Arizona’s priciest homes — an almost 31,000-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion listed for $35 million a few years ago — will go on the auction block at the end of January.
The eight-acre estate named Villa Paradiso comes with an indoor basketball court, a hair salon and 17 bathrooms. It was first listed for sale in early 2016 at the highest price in Arizona history.
New York-based Concierge Auctions will present the Paradise Valley mansion at a live auction at the Phoenician resort in Scottsdale on Jan. 31.
A minimum required bid for the property isn't being disclosed, according to a spokesman for Concierge.
Located between Camelback and Mummy mountains, Villa Paradiso also comes with a 12-car garage, eight bedrooms and a movie theater decorated with a James Bond theme. The main swimming pool has his-and-hers pool houses. And the three-bedroom guesthouse has its own infinity pool.
Sandra Wilken of Engel & Völkers has the listing.
Last February, a 12,000-square-foot north Scottsdale mansion listed for $6.99 million sold for $4.375 million through Concierge Auctions.
That home was sold with "no reserve," meaning it didn’t have a minimum bid.
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