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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.

$3,950,000

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.

$3,850,000

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.

$2,650,000

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.

$2,550,000

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.

$2,275,000

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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