Most of last week’s priciest metro Phoenix home sales were located in Paradise Valley. A mansion designed by well-known Arizona artist and architect Bill Tull sold for $10.1 million.
Sweet Sadie LLC of Ohio bought a 10,050-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The home located on three acres was built in 1979 by artist and architect Bill Tull and was called a “sculpture of the desert.” It has since been renovated.
Lewis Coleman, former president of DreamWorks Animation, and Anne Solbraekke sold the home.
A Columbus, Ohio, LLC named after the address of the house paid cash for an 8,203-square-foot Paradise Valley home. The Spanish-Colonial Revival-style house with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms has custom-tile water fountains, romantic balconies and a handmade tile roof. The kitchen also comes with a statuary marble island, a butler's pantry and a gas fireplace.
John McCarthy sold the home.
Robert Willmes II, founder of OnlineTechStores.com, paid cash for a new 7,428-square-foot Paradise Valley home with views of both Camelback and Mummy mountains. The home with six bedrooms and 5 ½ bathrooms comes with electric car hookups, a game room, a casita, marble mosaic flooring and a wet bar.
LJG Kids LLC led by Lewis Ghiz sold the home. Ghiz owned Paramount Pool & Spa System until selling it in 2018. The house was built by Wall & Sons. Darwin Wall of Realty ONE Group had the listing.
Lawrence and Elizabeth Kazan bought a 4,652-square-foot house on the Phoenix side of Camelback Mountain. It has three bedrooms, 4 ½ bathrooms, expansive glass windows, a gourmet kitchen with concrete countertops and an artistic wine display area.
Douglas Koch sold the home.
Mitchel and Theresa Wallace paid cash for a 6,729-square-foot new Paradise Valley home with seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms. It comes with a guesthouse, a gatehouse, an RV garage, a sports court, a putting green and a built-in barbecue with a sink.
Gray Properties sold the home.