The priciest metro Phoenix homes to sell last week all were in Scottsdale and Paradise Valley. A vacant lot zoned for a house sold for a record price.
An Aspen, Colorado, LLC named after the address of the property purchased a 9,466-square-foot Paradise Valley property located on 4.4 acres. The home features walls of glass, a circular tree-lined driveway, a guest house and a tennis court. Everlasting Properties sold the property, which it bought for $6.7 million a year ago.
Ian and Pedro Rollo bought a 7,641-square-foot home in north Scottsdale’s Silverleaf community. Ian Rollo is chairman of Oak Brook, Illinois-based LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions. The modern Spanish Colonial-style home has five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, custom tile, wood floors, beam ceilings and a limestone fireplace. Matthew and Jennifer Gage were the sellers.
Canet Partners LLC of Nevada paid cash for a 9,549-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The house has a tennis court and pool. CMH Trust was the seller.
Scott and Ruth Kauls, financial advisers from Minnesota, purchased a 5,735-square-foot house in the north Scottsdale community Desert Mountain. The home has four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms. Leaning Tree LLC sold it.
Rossland Holdings LLC bought a vacant acre of land in Paradise Valley for a record price. The deal is the highest price paid for less than a 60,000-square-foot developable lot in Arizona. The land is zoned for residential. Daniel and Karla Krivickas sold the parcel. Frank Aazami of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing.
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