A high-rise condo penthouse and a home with a 24-car garage made last week’s list of priciest homes to sell in metro Phoenix.
Lynch Land Development LLC of Burley, Idaho, paid cash for a 8,049-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion located on 2.3 acres. The home with six bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms has RV parking, a putting green, a tennis court and a greenhouse.
Cardiologist Dr. Charles Jost sold the property.
Frank Aazami of Russ Lyon Sotheby's International Realty had the listing.
Dr. Charles Jost, who sold last week’s priciest home, downsized into a 5,832-square-foot Paradise Valley home with four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms. The house has dual master suites, a large air-conditioned garage, a Quartzite waterfall kitchen island, a glass wine cellar and a waterfall.
Richard and Maria Ross sold the home.
Thomas and Lorena Rosenberg purchased a new home in north Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. The house wasn’t listed for sale, so additional information about it isn’t available.
Byrne Construction and Development was the seller.
Linda Massman paid cash for a penthouse condo in the Optima Kierland tower located on the Phoenix and Scottsdale border. She is the former CEO of Clearwater Paper Corp. of Spokane, Washington. The 3,320-square-foot home has two bedrooms and three bathrooms, custom cabinetry from Germany, four Sub-Zero refrigerators and three Wolf ovens.
David and Nance Brown sold the condo.
Karl and Jeannine Durkheimer purchased an almost 8,000-square-foot north Scottsdale mansion with a 24-car garage. The house with four bedrooms and five bathrooms is located on 6 acres and has a guesthouse.
Lawrence and Frances Smith were the sellers.