A Paradise Valley mansion with an indoor basketball court and a citrus grove was the priciest home to sell in metro Phoenix last week. An equestrian estate located on five acres in Phoenix near Piestewa Peak was No. 2.
Wellness and financial coach Eliot Tabron bought a 17,322-square-foot mansion located on 3.25 acres in Paradise Valley. The house with nine bedrooms and 10 bathrooms also has marble floors, a guesthouse, a full-size indoor basketball court, a lighted tennis court, a citrus grove and parking for eight cars.
Michael and Lori Staines sold the home. He is a president of California-based Staines Financial. Jill Brenenstuhl of Walt Danley Christie's International Real Estate had the listing.
Donald Mckinney paid cash for a 10,663-square-foot equestrian estate near Piestewa Peak in Phoenix. The house with six bedrooms and seven bathrooms is located on five acres. The property also has a 14-stall barn that can house 60 collectible cars.
Kilgore Properties LLC of Draper, Utah, purchased a 6,546-square-foot Paradise Valley home with five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The listing didn’t include additional information.
The seller is an LLC named after the address of the property.
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Jonathan and Diana Cohen bought a 7,496-square-foot Paradise Valley home. The house with seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms is “chiseled” into a mountainside and comes with a conference room, an art studio, a butler’s pantry and a private sunbathing deck.
Morgan Maxwell LLC was the seller.
Dennis and Sheila Doherty purchased a 6,053-square-foot “farmhouse” style home in Scottsdale’s Cactus Corridor. The six-bedroom, 6½ bathroom house is located on 1.2 acres and comes with exposed beams, an extra-long dining area and a massive pantry.
Martha Azizi sold the home.