Putting greens, outdoor kitchens and guest casitas are among the luxurious features in this week’s most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.
Carol Keogh, president and CEO of ESI Ergonomic Solutions, and her husband John, co-owner of ESI, paid cash for this Tuscan-style mansion in Paradise Valley’s Tilyou Ranchitos community. The 5,975-square-foot house has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms. It sits behind electronic gates, with a circular driveway flanked by manicured lawns and palm trees. The home has arched windows, mahogany doors, Brazilian cherrywood floors and cabinetry, and hand-hewn beamed ceilings throughout. The master suite has its own exercise room and separate his/her bathrooms. The home also features a guest casita with its own bedroom and living room and a four-car garage with two-car oversized extended garage. The backyard includes a path that winds through lawns, mature foliage, patios and seating area, a heated pool and views of Camelback Mountain and Praying Monk. Walter Wells sold the home.
Frank Brod, corporate vice president for Microsoft, and his wife Holly paid cash for this mansion in Scottsdale’s Ancala North community. The 6,924-square-foot estate has five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms. The Tuscan-style house is a new construction built into the hillside and was voted ”Best Home on Tour” by the Scottsdale Luxury Home Tour. The house features an oversized 1,200-square-foot covered patio and picture windows throughout, allowing views of the surrounding city and desert. The house also has a game room, chef’s kitchen, outdoor fireplace, built-in double barbecue, negative edge play pool with water and fire features, a putting green and courtyard. Echo Investments II Inc., a Delaware corporation, sold the property through its trust.
John Brown and his wife Leslie paid cash through a trust for this penthouse in Scottsdale’s Waterfront Residences. The 3,363-square-foot contemporary-style luxury condominium has two bedrooms and 2½ bathrooms. The flat has wood and stone flooring, carpeted bedrooms, a private office and a gourmet kitchen. It features Camelback Mountain and sunset views from the wide windows, as well as a large balcony. The complex offers 24-hour security, concierge and valet services, a fitness center and private rooftop pool and spa. Hudye Group LLC, a Nevada limited partnership, sold the condo.
W. Thomas Castleberry, chairman at Advanced Medical Pricing Solutions Inc., and his wife Jean paid cash for this house in Paradise Valley’s Villas at Mountain Shadows. The new 3,615-square-foot contemporary-style house has four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms and features Camelback Mountain and golf course views. Residents can take advantage of amenities including concierge services, spa, pools, yoga, and more at the adjacent Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort. The house features 12-foot indoor ceilings and nine-foot bi-fold doors that open to an outdoor patio. It has a Wolf combo dual fuel range oven, steam oven, Sub Zero refrigerator, a wine storage cabinet, two Asko dishwashers and indoor/outdoor fireplaces. TNHC Mountain Shadows LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, sold the home.
David Kerrigan, founder and CEO of D. A. International Casting company, and his wife Heather purchased this new 5,000-square-foot house in Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. The new contemporary-style house has five bedrooms, 5½ bathrooms and is located in Saguaro Forest. It has glass curtain walls to let in views of the city lights and mountains in all directions. The home also has an attached casita, a large gourmet kitchen, and a great room with quartz stone fireplace and a fir finished ceiling. The backyard includes a patio negative edge pool, spa and outdoor kitchen. The home was sold by Salero Corporation, an Arizona corporation.
Researched by Lorraine Longhi and The Information Market.
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