The retired founder of a medical supply company, a neuroradiologist and a Kansas car dealership owner were among the buyers and sellers of this week's most expensive homes in metro Phoenix.
Among this week’s luxury features: an interior courtyard, marble flooring and outdoor fireplaces.
John W. Hoffee II of Kailua Kona, Hawaii, paid cash through his trust for a contemporary-style mansion with golf course views in Scottsdale’s Estancia community. Hoffee is the retired founder of Professional Hospital Supply, Inc., a medical supply distributor based in Temecula, California. The company was acquired by Medline Industries, Inc. in 2014.
The single-level home was built in 2019 and has soaring wood inlaid ceilings, a climate-controlled wine storage area and heated radiant flooring in the master bathroom.
There are four bedrooms and five bathrooms in the 6,306-square-foot estate.
The house was sold by James Warren, as manager of 215E LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company.
David P. Weinstein paid cash through his trust for an estate in Paradise Valley’s Tatum Canyon community.
The contemporary-style home comes with an interior courtyard, custom wine cellars and multiple patios that offer city and mountain views. The 8,400-square-foot estate has five bedrooms, 7½ bathrooms and a five-car garage.
Christa Petracca sold the home.
John McCarthy of Olathe, Kansas, and his wife Nancy, paid cash for a contemporary-style house with a five-car garage in Paradise Valley's Palo Verde Foothills Estates subdivision. They are the owners of McCarthy Auto Group, a car dealership company located in Missouri and Kansas. According to property records, the home will be used as a rental.
The newly constructed mansion is situated on 1.51-acres and has six bedrooms, 6½ bathrooms and 6,337 square feet of living space. The home features floor-to-ceiling windows, a two-way fireplace, marble flooring and a separate guest house.
The house was sold by Angel Ramos Ureta, as a managing member of UR Investments LLC, an Arizona limited liability company.
Ofir and Michelle Levy of Huntington Beach, California, purchased a mansion in Paradise Valley’s Judson community.
The 8,997-square-foot home has five bedrooms, nine bathrooms and features a resort-style backyard with two outdoor fireplaces and a pool with a Baja shelf.
Sharon Lee Smith of Norco, California, sold the home through a family trust.
Jeff and Diane Riggs of Denver, Colorado, paid cash for a golf course lot estate in Scottsdale’s Estancia community. Jeff Riggs is the founder and chairman of Essex Financial Group.
The half-acre lot property has mountain views and overlooks the 14th and 15th greens of the Estancia Club golf course.
John P. Uglietta, director of neuroradiology at SimonMed, sold the home through a living trust.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.