Luxury homes: This $2.28 million Scottsdale home has backyard pizza oven
If you have a taste for luxury living, you will definitely want to check out this week’s most expensive homes. Just imagine having a backyard pizza oven for yourself. How awesome would that be? Check out more of these awesome homes and see which ones you like the best.
This week’s priciest home sales in metro Phoenix may ignite your taste buds and fuel a hunger for luxury living.
Richard and Jean Blasdell used their family trust to pay cash for this Paradise Valley home. Built in 2016, the home is Santa Barbara-style with high-end finishes and appliances, clean lines, an open floor plan and high ceilings. The backyard is uniquely designed with a checker-patterned grass and tile lawn leading up to the resort-style pool and ramada that rests in the middle of it. Inside the home, there’s an oversize gourmet kitchen, white custom cabinetry, a separate kids’ wing and a large game room. The master suite overlooks a private patio with a cozy two-way fireplace. There are four other bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms in the 6,906-square-foot space. Regal American Homes sold the estate.
Charles Kirke paid cash for this luxurious home in north Scottsdale’s Silverleaf. The modern design is bathed in gray, white and nude tones — custom cabinetry, limestone herringbone flooring and quartz countertops. Both the entry and living room are vast in comparison to the rest of the property and feature architectural ceilings with crown moldings and modernized lighting. There are five bedrooms, six bathrooms, an eat-in breakfast nook and a butler’s pantry. The master bedroom is downstairs and features large windows throughout the space offering gorgeous mountain views. The bathroom has glass double doors to allow fresh air into the space. A separate outdoor shower and two water closets add to the splendor of the master suite. Not many homes have brag-worthy laundry space, but this mansion has an oversize laundry with two full-size washers and dryers and a locker-style mud room. Ryan Smith Estate sold the property. read more… azcentral.com