Paradise Valley mansions and properties with stone fireplaces dominated this week's list of the most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.
James and Kimberly Roach bought a 6,300-square-foot Paradise Valley home with an upstairs loft, sports court, guest house and a floor-to-ceiling granite fireplace. The house with six bedrooms and 6 ½ bathrooms was built last year.
John and Nancy McCarthy of Olathe, Kansas, sold the contemporary-style house with a five-car garage. They had bought it for $4.4 million in 2019.
Marissa Kline of Launch Real Estate's Karas Group had the listing.
A 10,350-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion with a six-car garage was purchased by the L. Douglas Drury trust for cash. The Spanish Revival-style home with five bedrooms and 6 ½ bathrooms came with towering steel and glass doors and backyard views of Camelback Mountain.
Kathleen Zoldos sold the house, which had been owned by her family for almost 20 years.
Former Chairman of Edge2Net Thomas Pardun paid cash for a 6,728-square-foot home on the Paradise Valley County Club golf course. Designed by architect Bill Tull, the modern-style home has custom carved wood doors, massive beam ceilings and disappearing walls to the front and back patios.
Kingfisher Trust, led by William Hanlon III, sold the three-bedroom, 3 ½ bath house that it paid $3.9 million for in 2019. The trust made the list of priciest home sales last week when it bought a 9,500-square-foot mansion in Paradise Valley for $4.3 million.
Carlo Dimarco of Austin, Texas, bought a 4,000-square-foot home in Paradise Valley’s coveted Clearwater Hills neighborhood. The house, built in 1979, is ready for a remodel, according to the listing.
The enclave has a 24-hour guard station. Longlook Germany LLC sold the three-bedroom, 3 ½ bath home with sweeping views of Mummy and Camelback mountains.
Seattle attorney Mark McBride bought a home on 2 ½ acres in north Scottsdale’s Miramonte community. The house, with five bedrooms and 5 ½ bathrooms, has almost 6,000 square feet of space. The great room has a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace with views of the McDowell Mountains. The “chef’s kitchen” comes with a limestone barrel ceiling. Stuart Maffry sold the house.