Marble countertops, antique stone fireplaces and an electric vehicle charging station are among the luxurious features that can be found in some of this week's most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.
Among the home buyers and sellers this week: a cosmetic surgeon, a doctor and an executive for an industrial equipment supplier.
Greg and Marcia Falk paid cash for a Spanish colonial-style mansion with a front courtyard patio in Paradise Valley. Greg Falk is a family medicine doctor in Canyonville, Oregon.
The two-story home has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and 9,152 square feet of living space.
The mansion comes with hand-forged iron gates, imported antique stone fireplaces and distinctive trestle-style wooden beams. The gourmet kitchen has a built-in pizza oven and features stone-lined walls and marble countertops.
Grounds of the 2.7-acre lot estate offer views of Mummy Mountain and include a separate guest house, a lighted tennis court and a six-car motor court.
John and Elizabeth Lennon sold the home. John Lennon is the president at Arizona/Albuquerque Valve & Fitting Corporation, an industrial equipment supplier that does business as Swagelok Southwest Co. in Phoenix.
Donald and Cathy Schuh of Gillette, Wyoming, paid cash through a family trust for a hillside lot mansion with an eight-car garage in Scottsdale’s Ladera Vista community.
Built in 2019, the custom home features smart home technology, an electric vehicle charging station and a photovoltaic solar power system.
The mansion has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and 7,924 square feet of living space.
Charleston Properties, LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the 1.85-acre lot estate.
Mills and Loretta Brown used a trust to purchase a ranch-style mansion with city light views in Paradise Valley’s Rolling Hills community.
The mansion comes with 9-foot ceilings, dual-pane windows and multiple fireplaces. The recently updated kitchen features marble countertops and a walk-in pantry. The estate grounds include an infinity-edge pool and a separate guest house.
The 6,655-square-foot estate has five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms.
Michael S. Dorn sold the 1.68-acre hillside lot estate.
The Glenmede Trust Company, trustee of My Beloved Zebbie Trust, paid cash for a 3,543-square foot estate in Scottsdale’s Silverleaf at DC Ranch community.
The single-level home has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and was built in 2010.
The yard features a pool, a built-in barbecue area and a detached guest casita.
Kevin and Kelly Welsh, trustees of the amended and restated Welsh Living Trust, sold the home.
William Hall, a cosmetic surgeon, purchased a gated mansion with mountain views in Scottsdale’s Lombardi Estates. Hall is the owner and medical director of Infini Cosmetic Associates in Scottsdale.
The 6,714-square-foot home has six bedrooms, 6½ bathrooms and comes with wood-inlaid ceilings, custom cabinetry and hand-finished walnut flooring. The master suite features a sitting area and a spa-style bathroom with a stand-alone tub.
Grounds of the nearly one-acre lot estate includes a pool, gazebo and a separate two-bedroom guest casita.
G. Douglas Young sold the home through a trust.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.