The priciest home sales in metro Phoenix this week all exceeded $2 million, with two Paradise Valley mansions topping the list.
Alessandro Cusano, a surgical oncologist practicing in the Valley, purchased a mansion in Paradise Valley’s Paradise Canyon Foothills community.
The Spanish-style estate, built in 2001 on a hillside lot, has five bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms.
The mansion features a large custom wooden entry door and soaring vaulted beamed ceilings. The grounds include a pool, putting green, sports court and covered terraces.
Celebrity business manager Lester Knispel sold the house using a trust that lists PGA Tour golfer Paul Casey as the beneficiary.
Brian and Karen Ruth purchased a 4,689-square-foot house with a circular driveway in Paradise Valley’s Jacoby Estates.
The five-bedroom, five-bathroom house comes with contemporary design features that include vaulted beamed ceilings, linear fireplaces and a gourmet kitchen with multiple ovens.
Grounds of the estate offer Mummy Mountain views, a backyard pool, a wet bar and a separate 1,700-square-foot guest house.
Richard and Marcy Bern sold the home through their trust.
Tara Bleyens paid cash for a contemporary Spanish-style mansion with a four-car garage in Paradise Valley’s Country Club Acres community.
The open floor plan mansion comes with a home theater, skylights and a series of glass walls throughout the home. The modern kitchen features dual islands, a six-burner gas range top and a wine cellar accented with crushed limestone.
The 8,664-square-foot estate has five-bedrooms, six bathrooms and was built in 2007.
Richard Bruno and Robert Platt sold the 1.22-acre lot home. Bruno is the regional medical director at Emergency Professional Services based in Phoenix.
Kurt Erickson of Gig Harbor, Washington paid cash for this plot of land in north Scottsdale's White Horse community.
The property will be a single-family residence, according to Maricopa County Recorder's Office documents.
White Horse 50, LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the property.
Bruno and Platt, purchased a house in Phoenix’s Kachina Ranch community. Bruno and Platt were the sellers of the previously mentioned $2.7 million-dollar home sale.
The 4,780-square-foot estate has four bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms and was built in 2017.
The house features exposed reclaimed brick, sliding barn-style interior doors and plank wood flooring. Grounds of the estate include a pool with waterfall features and a limestone patio.
Grant and Jessica Newton sold the property through a family trust.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.