$4.5M PV mansion has putting green with sand trap, koi pond
May 7, 2018
Elevators, putting greens and exercise rooms are among the luxurious features in this week's most expensive home sales in metropolitan Phoenix.
Gerald and Dawna Pitts purchased this mansion in Paradise Valley's Kerr Estates community. The 11,021-square-foot house has six bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms. The house sits behind private gates and has a rock water feature and koi pond, a wet-edge pool and a chipping/putting green with sand trap.
The house also has two guesthouses with parking and a separate side entrance. The house features an underground and upstairs garage with elevator, a chef's kitchen, a master suite with attached exercise/flex room and a steam shower with a television inside. William Forgey, trustee of The ABC House Trust, sold the house.
William Nugent paid cash for this mansion in Scottsdale's Silverleaf community. The 8,279- square-foot house has six bedrooms and eight bathrooms and sits on the third fairway of the Silverleaf golf course with views of McDowell Mountain.
The house has 9-foot ceilings and three indoor fireplaces. It features a guest casita and a backyard with several outdoor living areas and patios, a pool, spa and built-in barbecue. Nolan Cordon, an orthodontist practicing in Phoenix, and his wife, Jennifer, sold the house.
Charles Walker paid cash for this house in Paradise Valley's Morton Mesa community. The 6,240-square-foot contemporary-style house has three bedrooms, 3½ bathrooms and is gated. It overlooks a heated pool and lawn.
The house features custom finishes throughout, custom plaster walls, antique limestone, marble and hand-hewn walnut floors. The oversized master suite includes antique doors that lead to a master bath complete with double marble vanities and sinks. 1999 Double Eagle LP, a Texas limited partnership, sold the house.
Scott and Heidi Smith paid cash for this condominium in Scottsdale's Optima Kierland community. The new luxury condominiums are one- to four-bedroom and penthouse condominium homes, conceived by architects David Hovey and David Hovey Jr. The condos have vertical landscape and shading systems to protect residences from the sun, create privacy and lower the ambient temperature. The complex offers private terraces, a 5.5- acre private park, a 16,000-square-foot fitness level and a rooftop pool. Optima Kierland sold the home.
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Debbra Ann Neumann paid cash through her trust for this house in Scottsdale's McDowell Mountain Ranch community. The 6,016-square-foot Santa Barbara/Tuscan-style house has six bedrooms, 5½ bathrooms and sits at 1,600-foot elevation, with views of views of McDowell Mountain and the surrounding desert. The house comes with a chef's kitchen, indoor/outdoor living, a media room, separate guest house and four-car garage. William Nugent sold the home.