More than $25 million in cash was spent on metro Phoenix's priciest home sales last week. Features of the homes include elevators, a waterslide, an outdoor kitchen, a putting green and a wine wall.
Christopher Greulich, president of Greulich’s Automotive Repair, bought a 12,100-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion located on 12 acres. The house with five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms has a pool with diving rock and waterslide as well as a six-car garage, a master bedroom with a private elevator and an office wing. The LLC Desert Sonoran Hacienda was the seller.
Walter Danley of Walt Danley Christie's International Real Estate had the listing.
Keith Senn, CEO of Time & Alarm Systems, paid cash for a 10,800-square-foot mansion in north Scottsdale’s Silverleaf community. The Bing Hu-designed house with six bedrooms and nine bathrooms has a state-of-the art security system, a five-car garage and an immense great room.
Michael and Robin Matzek sold the house.
Paul Wood paid cash for a 6,180-square-foot home in Scottsdale’s Whisper Rock community. The house with three bedrooms and five bathrooms is situated on 3 acres. It has a bar, a game room, a rooftop entertaining area, a large outdoor kitchen, a fire pit, a putting green and an elevator.
Lawrence and Sandra Oberkfell sold the property.
Keith and Stephanie Cline of Southlake, Texas, paid cash for a 6,675-square-foot home. Keith Cline was CEO of La Quinta and now is CEO of CorePoint Lodging. The house with five bedrooms and six bathrooms is described as being in the “Beverly Hills-style pocket of Paradise Valley.” It has a gym, a steam shower, a sauna, his and hers closets, waterfall kitchen counters and a wine wall.
TIJ Residential was the seller.
William and Sharon Fisher bought a 6,015-square-foot home in Scottsdale’s White Horse community. The house with four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms has an office, a game room, a casita, wide plank wood floors, quartz and marble countertops and a game room with a bar.
Jonathan and Stefanie Blasdell sold it.