Great design transcends the years. Such is the case for a Paradise Valley estate designed by PHX Architecture and built in 2009. The home, sitting on 2.45 acres, just became the highest selling house in the Arizona Multiple Listing Service (ARMLS). Listed by The Joffe Group’s Robert Joffe and Jonathan Friedland, the estate sold for a record $12,750,000.
Situated in the heart of Paradise Valley, the home offers endless views of Camelback Mountain and over 14,000 square feet of luxury living; any entertainers dream. To serve the extensive outdoor dining and formal indoor spaces, it features a chef’s kitchen with four ovens, two warming drawers, side-by-side refrigerators and multiple dishwashers. Car enthusiasts rejoice! The home showcases an 11-car motor court. Perfect for guests or a large family, the estate boasts seven en suite bedrooms, twelve bathrooms, and a separate guest house. Hand-made silk walls adorn the master suite which includes sitting areas and sky high ceilings. The backyard oasis contains racquetballs courts, a resort-style pool and spa, outdoor dining and barbeque, and a misting system. This is truly a luxury dream home!
The sale closed on January 20th at $901 per square foot making it the most expensive home ever sold in the ARMLS. The ARMLS consolidates Arizona property listings into a single system for realtors. They provide an industry benchmark for quality real estate data and service.