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Top 5 Most Luxurious Homes in Arizona
June 15, 2020

Top 5 Most Luxurious Homes in Arizona

by The CE Shop Team

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The Arizona landscape and climate lends architects a unique canvas to paint on, making Arizona home to some of the most amazing houses in the country. It may have taken millions of years to create some of Arizona’s remarkable wonders of the world, but it only took 50 years for the state’s population to double after World War II. That same appeal still lives today as Arizona’s population continues to grow due to the Southwest lifestyle and Arizona’s luxury home market.

Paradise Valley and Scottsdale house the majority of these homes, but also hold some of the highest mortgage rates in the country. Don’t be surprised to see square footage that is comparable to castles, and indoor features that seem like they should be on resorts.

5. E. Wingspan Way, Scottsdale, AZ

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This $10.5 million Scottsdale home was built in 2015 and was custom built for a lifestyle of leisure. This modern residence includes a massive floor plan that offers seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, and 12,500 square feet. Tucked in the canyons of the Silverleaf neighborhood, this ritzy residence has a bird’s eye view of Scottsdale Airpark in addition to desert scenery. The backyard has a resort-worthy pool that includes a lazy river, cabana, and swim-up bar. This 1.9-acre residence is even home to a custom tennis court.

4. E. Nauni Valley Drive, Paradise Valley, AZ

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This 14,000 square-foot home was built in 2005 and provides gorgeous views of Camelback Mountain. The luxurious home includes seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, eight garages, a home theatre, game room, and 3,000-bottle wine room. The epic views of Camelback aren’t the only appealing thing about the backyard. It also has a pool, hot tub, wet bar, and sports court all with picture perfect views. The home is valued at $10.8 million.

3. N. 108th Place, Scottsdale, AZ

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There aren’t many homes on the market that include an elevator, let alone two of them. The residence sits on four acres on the sixth hole of the Silverleaf golf course with stunning views of the nearby McDowell Mountains. This Scottsdale home includes six bedrooms, 14 baths, and encompasses a whopping 20,805 square feet. It’s also a dream home for any sports enthusiast as it boasts a full basketball court, volleyball court, rock climbing wall, and even a golf simulator.

2. N. Wilkinson Road, Paradise Valley, AZ

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This $18 million Mediterranean style home in Paradise Valley stacks up with even the most impressive local resorts. It’s a massive 4.5-acre private residence that has everything you’d ever want for a private paradise. The 15,000 square-foot home includes a gym, chef’s kitchen, library, home theater, 3,000-bottle wine cellar, and a 10-car garage. The pool includes a 150,000-gallon lazy river, 30-foot water slide, splash pad, rope swing, and hot tub. The expansive estate also has seven bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, an outdoor kitchen, a nine-car garage, and a guest house.

1. 5710 N. Yucca Road, Paradise Valley, AZ

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This $19.25 million home in Paradise Valley is a 28,000 square-foot-mansion that sits above the rest as one of the most expensive homes sold in state history. With five bedrooms in the main house and an additional two-bedroom guest house that can either be a part of the home or locked off, the home is made for entertaining. The estate sits on 5 acres and is framed by Camelback Mountain views. The home was purchased by Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver in 2007, and is said to have been chosen because of the beautiful indoor basketball court that sports views of Camelback Mountain.

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