New York Yankees centerfielder Aaron Hicks bought a new Scottsdale home for $3,850,000. He still owns the Paradise Valley mansion he purchased from former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald in 2019.
A Delaware LLC called Jade Avalon of Cle Elum, Washington, paid cash for a 14,313-square-foot mansion in north Scottsdale’s Silverleaf community. The Country French-style home situated on two acres has five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a living room with a zinc countertop-wet bar and a master suite with an exercise room and sauna, as well as a 2,000-square-foot office with reclaimed wood flooring from a French castle.
Dr. Joel Rainwater, a Valley radiologist, sold the house. Mike Domer of Walt Danley Christie's International Real Estate has the listing.
Sommet Mummy Property LLC paid cash for a 15,473-square-foot Paradise Valley estate. The house with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms also comes with marble floors and countertops, French doors and eight fireplaces.
Bryan and Vicki Ziegler were the sellers.
Blue Devil Properties LLC led by Dr. Joel Rainwater, who sold the priciest Valley home this week, paid cash for an 8,749-square-foot house located on 4 ½ acres in central Paradise Valley. The property with eight bedrooms and eight bathrooms is called a “true French country estate.” It comes with a Spanish iron front gate, an English fence post staircase, New Orleans gas lanterns and a custom ceiling mural in the foyer.
L G Home led by Larry Yount, a former Houston Astros pitcher and brother of Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Robin Yount, sold the home.
Ken and Tina Fey of San Jose, California, paid cash for a 5,875-square-foot house with four bedrooms and 4 ½ bathrooms in north Scottsdale. The home comes with a chef’s kitchen with two islands, a five-car garage, a Tesla charge station and a large covered patio complete with a negative-edge pool.
Andrew and Sarah Christian sold the house.
New York Yankees centerfielder Aaron Hicks bought a new 5,257-square-foot Scottsdale home with five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, 15-foot high ceilings, motorized pocket doors, three laundry rooms, a five-car garage and a guest house.
Dino and Patricia Lopesio sold the home.
In 2019, Hicks paid $4,650,000 for longtime Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald’s Paradise Valley home. The MLB player still owns it, according to public records.
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