Paneled ceilings, marble columns, and floor-to-ceiling windows are among the luxurious features that can be found in some of this week’s most expensive home sales in metropolitan Phoenix.
The 22,000-square foot mansion known as the “Butterfly home” in Fountain Hills’ Crestview community has sold to Excel Real Estates LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company.
The estate sits hilltop on a 3.4-acre lot and features a center courtyard with fountains, a custom butterfly designed iron entry door, 18 marble columns, a chef’s kitchen, butler pantry and a guest suite.
LJ Phoenician Holdings LLC, a Delaware limited-liability company, sold the house. The company paid $3.3 million for the mansion in 2018.
JoAnn Musselman paid cash through her trust for this 3,567-square-foot contemporary-style penthouse in Scottsdale’s Plaza Lofts at Kierland Commons.
The three-bedroom, 2½-bathroom south-facing condominium features 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and oversize balconies with views of the McDowell Mountains and the Valley. The complex offers a private fitness studio, resort-style sundecks, a heated lap pool and a pet park.
Peter Taunton, founder of the Snap Fitness chain and former CEO of parent entity Lift Brands Inc., sold the home through his trust. Taunton transitioned to nonexecutive chairman of the Lift Brands board on Jan. 1, according to a press release from the fitness franchise company.
JoAnn L. Musselman purchased this south facing Scottsdale penthouse condominium for $3.33 million. (Photo: Courtesy of Terry Ray and Kirsten Ray / Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Arizona Properties)
Gary Beer and his wife, Rhonda, purchased a mansion in Paradise Valley’s gated community of Finisterre.
The 10,059-square-foot house sits on a 1.13-acre lot and features white paneled ceilings, hand-cut solid-wood flooring and includes a guest house with separate entrance.
Ralph Thomas, using an Arizona LLC, sold the home. Thomas is the president of Ralph Thomas & Associates Inc., a Scottsdale real-estate development company.
Big AZ House LLC, a Colorado limited-liability company, purchased a contemporary-style 6,566-square-foot mansion in Scottsdale’s Pima Acres community.
The 1.69-acre lot estate has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and was built in 2002.
The property was sold by Wade Feland and Greg Feland. They own Feland Brothers Farms, a barley farm business in North Dakota.
Through their M & E Living Trust, Michael and Evelyn Chipman paid cash for a 5,565-square-foot house with a pool in Paradise Valley’s Mummy Mountain Park community.
Michael Chipman and wife Evelyn are the founders of ChipSoft Inc., the company that developed tax preparation software program TurboTax. In 1993, ChipSoft Inc. was acquired by Intuit Inc. in a $225 million stock deal, according to published reports.
The contemporary-style home has floor-to-ceiling windows with unobstructed mountain views. The house also includes a finished basement with full kitchen and bath.
Rex Williamson and his wife, Karen, sold the house.
Researched by Ebony Day and The Information Market.