A Scottsdale dentist and a former Morgan Stanley marketing executive were among the buyers of the most expensive homes in metro Phoenix this week.
Among the luxury features: column pillars, a two-way fireplace and a smart home system.
Adam and Jill Pierce paid cash through a family trust for a contemporary-style estate near Camelback Mountain in Phoenix.
The Arcadia-area house has a Savant smart home system and a modern kitchen that features a large island with seating for six. The great room has a retractable glass wall that opens to the backyard and a spacious covered patio.
Andy and Heather Cracchiolo sold the 7,601-square foot home through a trust.
Former Morgan Stanley Chief Marketing Officer Phillip Raskin used a trust to purchase an estate in Scottsdale’s White Horse subdivision.
The single-level mansion has vaulted wood beam ceilings, modern light fixtures and multiple outdoor spaces with mountain views. There are five bedrooms and 6½ bathrooms in the 6,471-square-foot house.
White Horse 50 LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the home.
Rod Ghani and Zainab Alnaqib purchased a 10,500-square-foot mansion with a five-car garage in Paradise Valley’s Collice Portnoff Estates subdivision. Zainab Alnaqib is a dentist practicing in Scottsdale.
The cul-de-sac lot estate has five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The home features arched hallways, column pillars, multiple fireplaces and a home office.
Grounds of the estate include a pool with spa and waterfall features.
Matthew and Victoria Cuomo sold the home.
Lisa McLafferty of Kirkland, Washington purchased a 5,126-square-foot house with a resort-style backyard in Paradise Valley’s Bel Aire Desert Estates community.
The four-bedroom home sits on more than an acre and features a 2,000-square foot covered ramada that has a two-way fireplace and a large outdoor kitchen.
DLC Keim LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the house.
Sunil and Supriya Nair purchased an estate with views of Camelback and Mummy mountains in Paradise Valley’s gated Finisterre community.
The 5,468-square foot house features cross-beamed ceilings, wide-plank French oak flooring and a guest wing with separate entrance. The estate has five bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms.
Robert Parker and Jennifer Williams sold the home.
Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.
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