Photos: Phoenix Suns player Devin Booker’s $3.2M home

Above: Devin Booker purchased this Paradise Valley home. (Provided photo) Special Series | 26 Jul, 2017 |

The Valley is home to many impressive and inspiring homes, particularly in the Paradise Valley area.

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty recently worked on three multi-million dollar home sales, including Phoenix Suns player Devin Booker, who purchased a Paradise Valley home for $3.2 million.

The homes are located near the Valley’s most breathtaking mountains, and hottest neighborhoods.

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Agent Vicki Zangl represented Booker in his purchase of a Paradise Valley home near Scottsdale Road and Lincoln Drive for $3,250,000. The 5,000-square-foot home has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a four-car garage, and a private pool and spa. The home was designed by the Scottsdale-based architecture firm Drewett Works and is located in a new Paradise Valley subdivision with modern and contemporary styles and finishes.

42232 N 104th Way (Provided photo)

In another significant sale, Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Agent Donna LeGate represented the buyer in Russ Lyon Sotheby International Realty’s highest-selling house for June. Located at 42232 N. 104th Way and sold for $4,650,000, this award-winning Scottsdale home includes a wine cellar, a chef’s kitchen, a resort patio and casita, artisan doors, and custom cabinetry and hearths. The 8,459- square-foot home is surrounded by over 15 acres of open land and has incredible views of the Chiricahua golf course.

“This is a really amazing home,” said LeGate. “The finishes and details in this home were over the top, and the setting was surrounded by the golf course and an open area which are never to be built on, creating a 15-acre homesite.”

5015 N Arcadia Drive (Provided photo)

The second biggest sale of the month was 5015 N. Arcadia Dr., which was represented by Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Agents Leslie Jenkins and Joe Bushong and sold for $3,300,000. Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Agent Cheryl Anderson brought the buyer.

This stunning 8,262-square-foot estate sitting on the south slope of Camelback Mountain is rich with historical touches and details from many local artisans. The home features hand-plastered walls, mesquite mill work, custom iron lighting, hand-crafted Spanish tiles, a gated entry, and a 5,000 bottle wine cellar.

“This is a stunning family estate that feels incredibly romantic and private,” said Jenkins. “It has extraordinary and timeless details you won’t find in most homes.”

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