All of metro Phoenix’s priciest homes to sell last week are in Paradise Valley. The priciest house is called “Dancing Light” and sold for $12.5 million cash. A mansion with 13 bathrooms that was featured on a Bravo network TV show sold for $12 million.
David Stanton paid cash for a 6,200-square-foot Paradise Valley home named “Dancing Light.” The house with four bedrooms and 4 ½ bathrooms is located on 2.8 acres. It also has a guesthouse and a wall of glass that incorporates indoor and outdoor living.
Jason Knight sold the home.
Delaware LLC Wisley Investments purchased a 17,703-square-foot mansion that was featured on the Bravo network TV show “Million Dollar Listing” a few years ago. The home with seven bedrooms and 13 bathrooms also comes with a game room, a theater, parking for 12 cars, a full bar, a butler’s pantry, his and her bathrooms in the master suite, an exercise room, a large wine cellar and seven fireplaces.
William and Charlene Hubble sold the property. Scott Grigg of Realty Executives had the listing. Larissa Hoss of Launch Real Estate worked with the buyer.
The Ahdoot Trust paid cash for 7,000-square-foot Paradise Valley home. It comes with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, five retractable glass walls, a butler’s pantry, a putting green with a sand trap and a pool house with a full kitchen.
Christopher Tutton, president of Fox Factory, sold the home.
Lawrence Harrington bought a 7,679-square-foot Paradise Valley home that comes with five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The house also has a guesthouse, a five-car garage with a workout room, Italian porcelain floors and wood beams.
Robhill LLC was the seller.
Kingman, Arizona-based Aaron Dean Dynasty LLC purchased a 6,478-square-foot home in Paradise Valley. The house has five bedrooms and 5 ½ bathrooms. No other information on the listing was available.
The 5 Alt Family Trust led by Jody and Coco Angels sold the home. They are the parents of actor Asher Angel, who portrays Billy Batson in the DC Extended Universe's Shazam films.
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