Arizona’s leading luxury real estate brokerage, Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty, announced its top five luxury home sales over $5 million. Featuring breathtaking views of the Valley, luxurious details and one-of-a-kind custom estates, it’s easy to see why these five beauties are the top five luxury home sales for January.
Topping the list of luxury home sales is a contemporary dream home built on top of one of the tallest locations in Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. This impressive home was sold by Agent Dan Wolski for $9,500,000 earning its spot as the highest January sale for Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty. The Desert Mountain masterpiece located at 9300 E. Grapevine Pass Road in Scottsdale is composed of organic materials including metal, stone, wood, and water. Each element seamlessly blends the indoor living space with the outdoors to exude an elegant yet natural look and feel. This exclusive 5 bedroom 5.5 bathroom estate spans a total of 2.31 acres and is incorporated on a single level. The graceful 9,186 square-foot floor plan includes two custom guest suites, private balconies, gorgeous quartz countertops and walnut slab cabinets, linear gas fireplaces and limestone floors. In addition, the home features three separate temperature controlled 2-car garages and the outdoor space includes a stunning negative edge pool and spa overlooking the Valley.
The second-highest sold home in January by Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty is in Scottsdale’s prestigious Silverleaf Golf community. The home located on 10244 E. Hualapai Drive, Scottsdale, AZ was sold for $7,500,000 and representing the buyer were Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Agents Frank Aazami and Chey Castro. This 8,702 square feet masterpiece is Palo Alto inspired and accommodates 7 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms. Elegant and timeless, this estate is detailed with soft whites, marble and luxurious gold and brushed brash fixtures. As well as a private resort style lap pool, the home also features a sunset patio and a full detached guest house.
The third highest sale in January is a unique artistic retreat tucked into historic Camelback Mountain at the foot of the Praying Monk. Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Luxury Agents Jay Pennypacker, Debbie Negrin and Will Foote represented the buyer in the purchase of 5339 E. San Miguel Avenue, Paradise Valley, AZ for $7,137,000. The 4,800 square foot estate offers 4 bedrooms, 6 baths and spans across 2 acres in the beautiful mountain setting. With unmatched panoramic views, this world class location offers unceasing inspiration and premier access to the most magnificent views that Arizona has to offer.
The fourth highest home sold in January is a fabulous custom-built property located at the highest point of the Desert Mountain community. The intricately designed estate is located at 40916 N 107th Place, in Scottsdale and was built by Dick Lloyd Custom Homes. The home sold for $5,450,000 by luxury Agents Joanie Barreiro and Shawn Chappel. Sitting on a lavish 1.6 acre lot, the 5,429 square foot estate features 5 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms and was built on two lots. Additionally, the property includes a spacious 5 car garage, an outdoor patio and barbeque area and a custom infinity pool and spa overlooking the Cochise Golf Course.
The fifth highest sale to round out January’s top five over $5 million list is an intricate European designed estate located in the prestigious community of Estancia. The property at 27950 N 103rd Place, Scottsdale, AZ offers spectacular views of the 17th hole and Pinnacle Peak. Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Agents Debbie Negrin, Jay Pennypacker, and Will Foote represented the seller and Agent Jonathan Friedland represented the buyer. The elaborate 9,892 square foot home sold for $5,000,000. The home accommodates 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, sits on nearly 2 acres and even includes a guest wing with three full suites. One of the most beautiful features of this home is its attention to detail and composition of only the finest materials.