A Scottsdale mansion located on five acres with five guest homes and garage space for 100 cars topped last week’s list of priciest home sales in metro Phoenix.
Glacial Valley LLC paid cash for an 8,735-square-foot mansion in Scottsdale that comes with five guest homes, horse facilities and garage space for 100 cars. The five-acre property in the Shea Corridor also has a stone fireplace, wood-beamed ceilings and a brick barrel ceiling in the kitchen.
The Patricia Deatley Survivor’s Trust sold the home. Heather Kay of Keller Williams Arizona Realty had the listing.
A Wyoming LLC called Oak Tree bought a 5,682-square-foot home on the Phoenix side of the Arcadia neighborhood. The house with four bedrooms and 4 ½ bathrooms has 16-foot ceilings, sliding glass walls, a gourmet kitchen, plank floors and a master suite with a spa-like bathroom.
Investment advisor Terrance Orsmbee sold the home.
John Lenio, a managing director at CB Richard Ellis, bought a north Scottsdale house with 5,800 square feet of space. The house with five bedrooms and 5 ½ bathrooms also comes with a game room, an office and an exercise room.
Valley real estate agent Andrew Bloom, who bought the home for $1.6 million last year, sold it.
Patrick and Charlette Soderberg of Washington paid cash for a 6,436-square-foot Paradise Valley home with five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The master suite has a Juliet balcony and a sitting area with a fireplace. The library comes with a wet bar and a fireplace. The home also has a firepit and a wine room.
Elyse Sioles sold the home.
Hay 7 LLC bought a new 5,200-square-foot house in the Scottsdale side of the Arcadia neighborhood. The home has five bedrooms and 5 ½ bathrooms. The listing doesn’t offer any more information on the property.
Two Hawks Investments 8 LLC led by manager Arash Hoss sold the home.