Phoenix Suns shooting guard/small forward Mikal Bridges, who recently received a $90 million contract extension, bought a Paradise Valley home with retractable glass walls, a butler's pantry and an outdoor kitchen.
The Wyoming LLC called Oota led by Rangarajan Purisai of RiSo Capital paid cash for a 8,024-square-foot Paradise Valley home situated on two acres. The house with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms also has 90-degree retractable glass walls, a 60-foot-long infinity-edge pool, a tennis court, a half basketball court and an outdoor fireplace.
Property GB7 led by San Francisco attorney Deidre Von Rock Ricci sold the home.
LMC Paradise Valley LLC of Tacoma, Washington, led by Loren and Holland Cohen purchased a Paradise Valley home located on three acres. The house also comes with a tennis court. The house wasn't listed for sale so more information isn’t available.
Mark Kirkish, trustee of the Brett C White Trust of Milwaukee, sold the home.
Phoenix Suns player Mikal Bridges purchased a 6,681-square-foot Paradise Valley home with five bedrooms, 6 ½ bathrooms, five retractable glass walls, a butler’s pantry, a pool house with a full kitchen, an outdoor kitchen and a master suite with an outdoor shower. The Suns recently gave Mikal Bridges a four-year, $90 million contract extension.
Lori and Christopher Harder, who coach people on relationships and businesses, sold the house. Francesca Hamilton of 50 States Realty had the listing.
David Lanoha of Coulton Creek Capital of Denver bought a 4,600-square-foot, Mediterranean-style home in north Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. The house with four bedrooms and 4 ½ bathrooms has a driveway over a stone bridge, a stacked stone fireplace and a wine room with bar.
The Douglas and Gina Woodruff Trust sold the home.
The Richard S Buckley Trust of Corona Del Mar, California, purchased a 3,742-square-foot modern Paradise Valley home designed by Tennen Studio. The “organic indoor-outdoor living” house has four bedrooms, 3 ½ bathrooms, concrete walls, a guesthouse and two large offices.
David and Leesa Lane sold the home.
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