A Paradise Valley mansion owned by former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and later by New York Yankees centerfielder Aaron Hicks sold last week. Also, Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder and first baseman Cody Bellinger purchased a new central Scottsdale house.
Jeffrey Mastro, CEO of Prime Steak Concepts and co-founder of Steak 48, Steak 44, Ocean 44 and Dominick’s Steakhouse, bought an 8,177-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion. The home with five bedrooms and 6 ½ bathrooms has 360-degree mountain views. It also comes with a 2,000-square-foot pool, an oversized six-car garage with A/C and a guest house.
Jonathan and Melissa Wall of JM Wall Development sold the property.
David and Rhonda Thorson purchased a 9,628-square-foot new mansion in north Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. The couple own Ohio-based ThorSport Racing, a professional stock car racing team that competes in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. The house with four bedrooms and five bathrooms also comes with a motor court that can house seven cars, a negative-edge pool and a chef’s kitchen with a walk-in pantry.
DM19 Builders LLC sold the home. Scott Grigg of Realty Executives had the listing.
Michael and Denise Werner bought a double-gated Paradise Valley compound on two acres that comes with a theater, a billiard room, a 1,200-bottle wine room and a 12-car garage. The 9,321-square-foot home also comes with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, two swimming pools, waterfalls connected by a lazy river, a batting cage, a putting green and a big sports court.
New York Yankees centerfielder Aaron Michael Hicks sold the home, which he bought from Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald in 2019.
Gaylor and Barbara Kasle bought a 7,140-square-foot new home in Paradise Valley with six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Gaylor Kasle is a professional bridge player. The house has a resort-style backyard with a pool and spa, an outdoor kitchen and a sports court. The oversized master suite has huge sliding pocket doors and a master bathroom with his and hers vanities.
An LLC named after the address of the property sold it.
The CJB Trust led by Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder and first baseman Cody Bellinger paid cash for a 5,679-square-foot central Scottsdale home with four bedrooms and five bathrooms on the Phoenician golf course. It has several gardens, wood paneling and exposed beams.
MWM Viscdale Magic LLC sold the house.
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