The drummer for the alt-rock band Primus and one of the Marriotts from the hotel chain were among the buyers and sellers of metro Phoenix’s priciest houses last week. Also, a Chandler mansion sold for almost $6.8 million cash.
Juliana Marriott and Kenneth Keith paid cash for an 11,412-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion. Marriott is the widow of the late Stephen Marriott, a top executive for the Marriott hotel company. The French-style farmhouse has six bedrooms, 7 ½ bathrooms and is on 2.14 acres. The house also has a gated drive and was constructed with antique building materials from Europe. PST Properties was the seller.
Mark and Courtney Sonnenberg purchased a 6,093-square-foot house on the Phoenix side of Camelback Mountain. Mark is a partner with CRG Real Estate Development. The contemporary house has five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The main suite has a retractable glass sliding door. The house also has a game room, a gym with a bar, and an oversized outdoor patio with a heated pool and a fire pit. Living Stone Builders sold it. Michael Steck of RETSY had the listing.
A Delaware LLC called Twenty Three Times Investments paid cash for a 10,053-square-foot mansion in Chandler. The house has five bedrooms and 5 ½ bathrooms. No other information on the house was in the listing. Bobmeliss Harmony Home was the seller.
A Canadian partnership called 1000227070 Ontario Ltd. paid cash for a 5,654-square-foot Paradise Valley house with four bedrooms and 4 ½ bathrooms. The house's great room has wood floors and beams, and the main suite has views of Camelback Mountain from all windows, a soaking tub and an oversized shower. Cathleen Callender sold the house.
Robert L Johnson bought a 4,160-square-foot Paradise Valley villa that’s part of the Omni Montelucia Resort. The house has Viking appliances, a butler's pantry with a wet bar, an elevator and a casita. Tim “Herb” Alexander, drummer for the alt-rock band Primus, and his wife Shama Alexander sold the house.
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