An executive with the company formerly known as Taser International and the parents of an actor from a DC superhero movie were among the buyers and sellers of metro Phoenix’s priciest home sales last week.
David Herro, manager of Oakmark International Funds who is often seen on CNBC talking about the markets, paid cash for an 11,878-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion. The Spanish Colonial Revival-style home with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms has high-arching windows with views of Camelback Mountain and 16-foot ceilings.
A Delaware LLC called 6000 CDW sold the property. Walt Danley of Walt Danley Christie's International Real Estate had the listing.
Jawad and Arsala Ahsan bought a Paradise Valley home with 7,692 square feet of space, five bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Jawad Ahsan is CFO at Scottsdale-based Axon, the company formerly known as Taser International. The “modern French country house” sits on almost three acres and has an entryway with checkered floors of blue limestone and white marble. The master suite includes a makeup room, a private gym with a dog room, a coffee bar and a laundry room.
Jody and Coco Angel sold the home. They are the parents of actor Asher Angel, who is known for his roles as Jonah Beck in the 2017 Disney Channel series "Andi Mack" and Billy Batson, the alter ego of the DC superhero in "Shazam!"
The Charton Trust of California paid cash for a 6,150-square-foot home in north Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain. The house with five bedrooms and 5 ½ bathrooms has a multi-layered wood latilla ceiling, stone walls, three wet bars and a 2,000-bottle wine cellar. Leo J. Hauser sold the home.
Cynthia and Andrew Price, who are both Valley doctors, purchased a 7,500-square-foot home in Phoenix’s Arcadia neighborhood. The Cape Cod-style home with five bedrooms and six bathrooms has limestone and antique reclaimed marble flooring, three dining areas, a guest house, a sports court, a putting green, an in-ground trampoline and an outdoor kitchen. Matthew and Andrea Perrin sold the home.
Waypoint Leasing LLC led by David Mecartney bought an 8,100-square-foot house in north Scottsdale’s Silverleaf community. Mecartney is president of BNP Associates Inc., an air transportation consulting group. The home with five bedrooms and 5 ½ bathrooms has Herringbone wood floors, an 800-square-foot office and an elevator from the master bedroom to the laundry room below. Daniel and Gail Tenn sold the home.