Full-sized basketball courts, cascading steel window doors and putting greens are among the luxurious features in some of this week’s most expensive home sales in metropolitan Phoenix.
Mannie Jackson, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame member and former Harlem Globetrotters player and owner, purchased a 9,749-square-foot mansion in Paradise Valley.
The single-level gated estate has five bedrooms, eight bathrooms and views of Camelback Mountain. It sits on 2.21 acres.
$3M Phoenix mansion has master suite with office and sitting room
The house has a gym, a theater, an air-conditioned six-car garage and a separate 1,000-square-foot guest house with private garage.
The backyard has lush landscaping and includes a pool, fire pit, putting greens and a full-sized basketball/sport court.
Arizona Bank & Trust, as Trustee of the Catherine Jackson 2017 Descendants’ Trust, sold the home.
Richard F. Rashid and Terri W. Rashid, trustees of the Rashid Family Trust, paid cash for this 7,030-square-foot mansion in north Scottsdale’s Glen Moor community.
The single-level split floor plan house has five bedrooms, 6 ½ bathrooms and was built in 2018 with organic materials including metal, glass, wood and stone. The contemporary style estate sits on a 1.66 acre lot and has mountain views.
Red Moon Homes, Inc., and Arizona corporation, sold the house.
Daniel P. Devlin purchased a 5,104-square-foot house in Scottsdale’s Estancia community.
The multi-level custom home sits on the eighth fairway of the community’s golf course and has three bedrooms, 3 ½ bathrooms and views of Pinnacle Peak.
The house wraps around an interior courtyard and has main-level living areas and master bedroom suite.
The backyard features covered patios, a pool and a built-in barbecue area.
Suzanne Redd Ross sold the home through her family trust.
Steven and Dawn Leavitt, trustees of the Durango Trust, purchased a house in Phoenix’s Mary Manor community.
The single-level, 4,672-square-foot house has four bedrooms, 3 ½ bathrooms and mountain views.
The chef’s kitchen has a U-shaped island, white marble counter tops, Thermador appliances, walk-in pantry, and a coffee and wine station.
The master suite comes with a soaking tub and has custom marble and honed granite accents.
The great room showcases a cascading steel window door that opens to an outdoor patio. The exterior of the house features a fenced courtyard with outdoor fire place.
Richard Andreen, president and chief operating officer of Carefree Communities Inc., and his wife, Mishelle, sold the house through their trust.
Katherine K. Vidal, trustee of the Jomax Trust, purchased a condominium in Tempe’s Bridgeview at Hayden Ferry Lakeside community.
The 4,250-square-foot, two-story unit has three bedrooms and 4 ½ bathrooms, and it is located along Tempe Town Lake.
The condo has an 18-foot ceiling in the entry, three en suite bedrooms and an office/den that includes a Murphy bed.
Lisa A. Gibbs sold the condo through The Gibbs Living Trust.
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