5 of the biggest luxury home sales in April

Above: 42250 N. 102nd St., Scottsdale, sold for $10,500,000. Real Estate | 18 May |

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty, Arizona’s leader in luxury real estate, announced its list of the top luxury home sales in April. The lavish list presents the Valley’s most desirable, sophisticated, and luxurious estates sold in April of 2021.


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Significant sales:

$10,500,000: 42250 N. 102nd St., Scottsdale, AZ 85262

Anne Morrissey, Bee Francis, Karen Baldwin, and Kathleen Benoit of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty represented the seller for the modern estate in one of the Valley’s biggest luxury home sales. The premier luxury desert living experience boasts 6,903 square feet and sits on over an acre. A stunning auto court opens to the contemporary estate encased in soft-toned stone with deep black accents. The 5 bed, 6.5 bath estate is home to retractable glass walls that provide dramatic forever views of sunsets and city lights, a modern chef’s kitchen, a bar, a glass-encased wine cooler, and a grand fireplace. The estate is currently the highest residential sale within the gates of Desert Mountain according to the Multiple Listing Service.


5841 E Indian Bend Rd, Paradise Valley sold for $10,500,000.

$10,500,000: 5841 E. Indian Bend Rd., Paradise Valley, AZ 85253

Agent Cheryl Anderson of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty represented the seller of the magnificent 6,982 square foot estate. The stone coastal farmhouse is blended with modern contemporary architecture to create a unique and poetic home. The 5 bed, 6.5 bath estate was inspired by the iconic view of Camelback Mountain and mixes authentic materials in intimate spaces to create luxurious minimalism and opulent glows. The home features imported Belgian Bluestone, French Oak floors, soaring windows, and is situated on over an acre.

$9,500,000: 9820 E. Thompson Peak Pkwy., Scottsdale, AZ 85255

Anne Morrissey, Bee Francis, Karen Baldwin, and Kathleen Benoit of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyer for the luxurious estate in Scottsdale’s DC Ranch Country Club. The modern desert estate provides a resort-style living experience. The 10,599 square-foot home’s open concept elegantly and effortlessly flows from the large great room, kitchen, and dining room to the master suite, and 5 private en suite bedrooms. With a theater room and game room that doubles as a home office, this opulent estate blends art and living.

$9,050,000: 10625 E. Wingspan Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85255

Agents Barry Van Patten and Barry Van Patten II of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyer of the 10,349 square foot estate in the Upper Canyon of Silverleaf. The elegant formal Mediterranean estate is 6 bed, 7.5 bath and captures extraordinary views of Camelback Mountain, city lights, and sunsets. When entering the sophisticated estate, guests are greeted by the stunning chandelier and drawn to the grand pool with sparkling deck jets and an oversized spa. The estate also boasts a 900 bottle wine cellar, chef’s kitchen, and a gorgeous glass wall bar.

$7,125,000: 7001 N. Longlook Rd., Paradise Valley, AZ 852530

Agent Johnathon De Young of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty represented the buyer of the spectacular contemporary mountainside estate. The 8,400 square foot estate is artistically positioned to maximize views. Glass walls and covered balconies with glass railings provide forever views of the Valley. The 5 bed, 9 bath estate is situated on 3.26 acres behind its own private gate, providing a sophisticated blend of views, privacy, and design.

April Statistics:

Total Sales Volume: $753,161,126

Units Sold: 833

Average Price: $904,155

 

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