Luxury properties ranging between $2.8 million and $3.44 million were snapped up by locals and out-of-towners in metro Phoenix this week.
Among the buyers and sellers: a chiropractor and a luxury-homebuilding executive.
Gregg and Jean Brummer purchased a contemporary-style mansion with a separate guest house in Paradise Valley's 7M Ranch Estates community.
The one-acre lot estate was constructed with energy-efficient insulated concrete forms and features a large two-way electric fireplace in the great room. The chef’s kitchen has a walk-in pantry and a pass-through window bar that opens to an extended covered patio. The house also includes a smart home system and a five-car garage with an auto court.
There are four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms in the 6,263-square-foot home.
Rodney Cullum, president of Scottsdale-based Cullum Homes, and his wife, Kimberly, sold the house through a trust.
Aaron Kovac, a chiropractor, and his wife, Corinne, purchased an Arcadia-area estate with modern farmhouse design accents in Phoenix’s El Camello community. Aaron Kovac is the owner of Back in Line Spine and Wellness in Phoenix.
The 6,251-square-foot home has four bedrooms, 6½ bathrooms and features vaulted ceilings with exposed wooden beams. The backyard offers views of Camelback Mountain and includes a separate pool house.
Michael and Peta Schumacher sold the home through a trust.
Thomas W. Giacomini used a trust to purchase an estate in Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. Giacomini is the president and chief executive officer of John Bean Technologies Corporation in Chicago.
The newly constructed home features a showroom-style, six-car garage that has a glass-enclosed office space. The estate has 4,536 square feet of living space and backs up against 15 acres of natural desert vegetation.
Wendell and Debra Pickett sold the home through their living trust. Wendell Pickett is a partner at Greey Pickett, a land planning and landscape architecture firm in Scottsdale.
L & D US Investment Partnership of Alberta, Canada, paid cash for a custom estate in Scottsdale’s Sundown Manor community.
The 7,894-square-foot mansion was built in 2008 and features arched doorways, column pillars and stone accents throughout. The house has mountain views and comes with a smart home system and a media room.
Grounds of the one-acre estate include a covered patio with a built-in fireplace and a resort-style pool.
The house was sold by Michael J. Gandy, a manager of 8508 E. Sweetwater Avenue LLC, an Arizona limited liability company.
Michael and Sara Davis of Heath, Texas, purchased an estate located on an acre-plus lot in Paradise Valley’s Palo Verde Foothills community.
The contemporary-style mansion was completed in 2019 and features luxurious wood inlaid ceilings, contemporary electric fireplaces and modern light fixtures.
Grounds of the estate include a pool, spa and a 400-square-foot guest casita.
Lee and Tara Maniatis of Palos Park, Illinois, sold the home.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.