A relative of Joe DiMaggio, a garage floor contractor and a top executive with a Canadian grocery chain bought or sold one of metro Phoenix's priciest homes during the past week.
A Delaware LLC called BPPV paid cash for a new 8,400-square-foot Paradise Valley home with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The “modern Georgian-style” house with views of Camelback Mountain has a zero-edge pool and six-car garage.
Ginger84 LLC led by Valley real estate agent Frank DiMaggio Jr. sold the house. DiMaggio Jr. is a third cousin of New York Yankees legend Joe DiMaggio.
Gus and Pamela Schuberth bought a 9,000-square-foot mansion in Scottsdale’s Troon North community. Gus Schuberth is founder of Floorguard, an Illinois-based garage floor coating firm. The stone-façade house with four bedrooms and seven bathrooms has a grand entrance with a long stair step waterfall, multiple backyard fountains, a dual-island kitchen and is on a cul-de-sac lot next to a golf course.
Braxton Builders, led by Charles Cork, built and sold the house. Frank Aazami of Russ Lyon Sotheby's International Realty had the listing.
Jeffrey and Joanne York of Ottawa, Canada, paid cash for a 4,280-square-foot home in north Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. Jeffrey York is an executive with the food retailer Farm Boy Inc. The house with four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms was recently remodeled. It comes with a guest casita, an open gourmet kitchen, a walk-in wine cellar and a game room with a bar, as well as a backyard with a barbecue smoker, a pizza oven and a large fireplace.
Paraz LLC led by Paul Rosow sold the home.
A Colorado LLC called My Little Postage Stamp LLC paid cash for a 4,505-square-foot Cave Creek home located on two acres. The LLC is led by Carol Woodley. The contemporary home with three bedrooms and 3 ½ bathrooms has a sliding wall of retractable glass leading to the backyard, a butler’s pantry, a guest casita and an extra-large parking court.
The seller, Highland Properties 2321 LLC led by Jeff King, paid $3.595 million for the home in May of this year.
Martha Azizi bought a new 5,950-square-foot home in central Scottsdale. The house with six bedrooms and 6 ½ bathrooms comes with a casita and a huge attached RV garage.
Santos Investments led by Nicole Santos sold the home.