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    PV mansion with rooftop deck, 12 bathrooms among priciest metro Phoenix home sales

    By Catherine Reagor, Arizona Republic,

    2024-06-10

    Large Gilbert and Peoria homes made the list of the priciest metro Phoenix houses to sell during mid-May. A car dealer and an entrepreneur who started Green Mango Pest Control were among the buyers and sellers.

    $15,250,000

    A Delaware LLC called LLV Management paid cash for a 12,935-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion. The Spanish Colonial estate behind a hidden private gate comes with six bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, two offices, a butler’s pantry, a wine room, two guest houses, a separate gym, a tennis court, a rooftop viewing deck and a seven-car garage. John McCarthy, owner of the Kansas-based car dealership firm McCarthy Auto Group, was the seller. Marissa Kline and Christopher Karas of Launch Powered By Compass had the listing.

    $7,250,000

    Daniel and Jennifer Shorr bought a 7,107-square-foot Paradise Valley house with five bedrooms and 5 ½ bathrooms. The home has a stunning fireplace, a kitchen with two islands, a breakfast room, a bar and a climate-controlled wine room. Outside, there are multiple patios, a bocce ball court, a living room with a fireplace and a kitchen. John and Veronica Kelly sold it.

    $6,350,000

    Thomas Dustin Williams paid cash for a 7,841-square-foot Gilbert home located on three acres. He founded Agave Auto Glass, Coconut Cleaning and Green Mango Pest Control. The property has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a detached RV garage, a barn and a workout room. The Sekvdfk Family Trust sold it.

    $5,275,000

    Ashoraya Mezdo paid cash for an almost 14,000-square-foot gated estate in Peoria. Located on 2 acres, the house has five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, multiple dishwashers, a butler’s pantry, electric glass doors in the great room, a game room with a sunken bar, a theater with 15 velvet chairs, a primary suite with a big gym attached to it, three outside fireplaces and a pool with a slide and a diving board. John Gaston Jr. was the seller.

    $5,250,000

    The Linda J Wilson Trust paid cash for an 8,595-square-foot Paradise Valley house with five bedrooms and 5 ½ bathrooms. The home in the coveted Finisterre neighborhood has a wine room with space for tasting, a large movie room with a 106-inch screen and a kitchenette, two vaulted ceiling skylights, a card room with a wet bar, two offices and a gym. The Collins Trust sold it.

    Reach the reporter at catherine.reagor@arizonarepublic.com or 602-444-8040. Follow her on X, formerly Twitter: @CatherineReagor .

    This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: PV mansion with rooftop deck, 12 bathrooms among priciest metro Phoenix home sales

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