Luxury Homes Sold in November/December 2016


John and Karey Stevenson purchased this newly renovated mansion in Paradise Valley.The home has 8,713 square feet, five bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The design is influenced by Spanish architecture and provides gorgeous mountain views from the backyard that features a ramada and swimming pool. Celesta Dickman, trustee of the Celesta J Dickman Trust, sold the home.

Wesley Brown purchased a home in Phoenix’s Arcadia neighborhood. The recently renovated property was originally built in 1957. The home boasts an open floor plan with views of Camelback Mountain from the backyard. Brett Brimley, president of Brimley Development and manager of 6616 Exeter LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company, sold the home.


Patricia Comeford Adams, chief strategy officer at global leadership firm N2Growth, paid cash for this Arcadia home in Phoenix. Built by the well-known Rafterhouse developer, this estate has 5,900 square feet. It includes five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a fireplace and seating area in the front of the home. The backyard is spacious with a pool, spa and ramada. Large French doors open to the backyard from the living room, offering plenty of natural light into the home. Austin King and Chris Liles, co-owners of Rafterhouse sold the home under the Arizona limited-liability company Rafterhouse Sonata LLC.

Pratik Patel, a urologist in Gilbert, purchased this 7,841-square-foot mansion in Chandler. Three sets of French doors lead from the formal living room into the back patio, which has views of a lake near the home. The home has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, an 11×12 exercise room, a sports court, a pool with a cascading rock-waterfall feature and a billiards room with a wet bar. The home is fit for a king, with multiple sets of chandeliers throughout the estate and a fireplace in nearly every room. The master suite is the jewel in this home’s crown. It features a 12×12 sitting room, a fireplace and glass doors to a private balcony complete with a sitting area and fireplace. Adam King, the trustee of King trust, sold the home.

Susan and Ronald Friedman purchased a north Scottsdalehome that has 5,096 square feet of space, four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms and a separate casita. Stone walls, fountains private courtyards, Juliet balconies and a resort-style backyard are a few of the home’s notable features. The home also boasts a home theater, a formal dining room, a game room and an upper deck to enjoy the views of McDowell Mountain. Jeffrey Herzog, chief executive officer of ZOG Digital, sold the home.


James and Pamela Anderson purchased a home in the Scottsdale side of the Arcadia neighborhood. It has four bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The estate is a 1920s-inspired ranch home. A long brick walkway leads to the front door and opens to a large spacious living room with wood flooring and a brick fireplace. The open floor plan is decorated with brick overlay into a kitchen with marble countertops and white-tiled back splash. There are also two powder rooms in the home. MJ Capital Partners LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company managed by Jeffrey Gross, sold the property.

Located in the coveted Lost Canyon area, this Scottsdale home was purchased by Diane Weaver, co-founder of Weave Management Group in Montana. The 6,472-square-foot mansion has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Structural arches can be seen throughout the home. The backyard features a pool with a cascading waterfall, large patio, and grilling area. The long and winding driveway gives the home the sophistication that many north Scottsdale homes exude. The McDowell Mountain Preserve surrounds most of the property. Russell Manser, the principal of the Michigan-based glass fabrication firm Thompson I.G. LLC, sold the estate.

Stephen Jorgenson, CEO of Solterra Senior Living, and his wife Julie purchased this Arcadia house. The home is adorned in white from the walls to the tile and the cabinetry. The space offers a light and open floorplan with exposed wood beams and pristine marble. There are five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The master suite is the crown jewel of the home with two wall-to-wall length glass cases perfect for shoe lovers and purses. The backyard features a spa, pool with waterfall and water slide. The large cabana with a fireplace and kitchenette is great for outdoor parties. Bryna DeLuca sold the 4,600-square-foot abode.


This Phoenix home was bought with cash by Alden and Patricia Stewart of Austin, Texas. The 6,592-square-foot mansion neighbors Piestewa Peak Park and the Phoenix Mountain Preserve. The grand entry to the home features a private paved brick driveway and large glass doors. A winding staircase makes the home look like a museum gallery. The backyard includes a pebble-tec pool with boulders, waterfall and a large grassy area. There are six bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms as well as an 800-square-foot guest house. The most prestigious element of this estate – the private elevator. April Rains sold the home.

Martin Rootberg paid cash for this Scottsdale mansion. This immaculate Mediterranean estate has 6,020 square feet, four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a 14×50 oversized garage for a car collection and more than 100 yards of desert preserve. The foyer has unique custom designed brick and stonework. Exposed wood beams are placed through the residence. The backyard look like a scene from a Moroccan resort with an infinity edge pool, spa and ramada. A walk-in wine closet, floor-to-ceiling shelving in the master suite, three fireplaces and a large den with a wooden patio make this home exquisite. Stephen Elliott, an author and professor at the Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics at Arizona State University, sold the home.

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