5 Of The Highest Priced Properties That Redefine Luxury In The Desert

5 Of The Highest Priced Properties That Redefine Luxury In The Desert

February 14, 2020 by Lauren Loudermilk

10696 E. Wingspan Way, Scottsdale

Sitting on 17 acres and surrounded by mountains, this home is a palatial paradise. Through the private gates lies eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and 360 degrees of breathtaking views. Past the paved drive, sweeping lawns are dotted with grand water features and mature Saguaro cacti. $32 million, Lisa Westcott, 480.585.7070

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10814 E. Heritage Court, Scottsdale

This home earns its spot as the highest-priced property for sale in Maricopa County. Modern Mediterranean meets contemporary design in each of the nine en suite bedrooms, both spacious guest quarters and the full catering kitchen. Replete with numerous marble terraces, the stunning views round out the essentials of entertaining. $26 million, Deborah Beardsley, Silverleaf Realty, 480.568.5038

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7620 N. Red Ledge Drive, Paradise Valley

This private home designed by Drewett Works sits on a 16.4-acre mountain estate in a Paradise Valley gated community, all within a short drive to the area’s best fine dining and shopping, as well as Phoenix Sky Harbor International and Scottsdale airports. $25 million, Johnathon De Young, 480.619.0780

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5780 N. Saguaro Road, Paradise Valley

The already dramatic views of Camelback Mountain are only enhanced by this home’s sunken tennis court, basketball court, 75-foot lap pool and full-size soccer field. These outdoor elements are rivaled only by the beautiful two-story living room, state-of-the-art kitchen, game room and private wine chamber within. $21 million, Joan Levinson, Realty One, 480.998.5673

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5335 N. Invergordan Road, Paradise Valley

Below a unique, mahogany circular ceiling sits this sprawling estate fitted with every amenity imaginable. A mesmerizing two-story library, 12-seat theater, wine room and gourmet kitchen are just a few of the features that make this home so extraordinary. The waterfall and pool are equally as exquisite. $15 million, Joan Levinson, Realty One, 480.998.5673













5 Of The Highest Priced Properties That Redefine Luxury In The Desert

February 14, 2020 by Lauren Loudermilk

10696 E. Wingspan Way, Scottsdale

Sitting on 17 acres and surrounded by mountains, this home is a palatial paradise. Through the private gates lies eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and 360 degrees of breathtaking views. Past the paved drive, sweeping lawns are dotted with grand water features and mature Saguaro cacti. $32 million, Lisa Westcott, 480.585.7070

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10814 E. Heritage Court, Scottsdale

This home earns its spot as the highest-priced property for sale in Maricopa County. Modern Mediterranean meets contemporary design in each of the nine en suite bedrooms, both spacious guest quarters and the full catering kitchen. Replete with numerous marble terraces, the stunning views round out the essentials of entertaining. $26 million, Deborah Beardsley, Silverleaf Realty, 480.568.5038

52676011.jpg

7620 N. Red Ledge Drive, Paradise Valley

This private home designed by Drewett Works sits on a 16.4-acre mountain estate in a Paradise Valley gated community, all within a short drive to the area’s best fine dining and shopping, as well as Phoenix Sky Harbor International and Scottsdale airports. $25 million, Johnathon De Young, 480.619.0780

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5780 N. Saguaro Road, Paradise Valley

The already dramatic views of Camelback Mountain are only enhanced by this home’s sunken tennis court, basketball court, 75-foot lap pool and full-size soccer field. These outdoor elements are rivaled only by the beautiful two-story living room, state-of-the-art kitchen, game room and private wine chamber within. $21 million, Joan Levinson, Realty One, 480.998.5673

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5335 N. Invergordan Road, Paradise Valley

Below a unique, mahogany circular ceiling sits this sprawling estate fitted with every amenity imaginable. A mesmerizing two-story library, 12-seat theater, wine room and gourmet kitchen are just a few of the features that make this home so extraordinary. The waterfall and pool are equally as exquisite. $15 million, Joan Levinson, Realty One, 480.998.5673