For the month of November 2012, the most expensive home sold in Phoenix was bought for $8,250,000 at $916,56 per square foot. This luxury home located in Paradise Valley was designed by the award winning architect Don Ziebell based in Scottsdale, Arizona.
This home was built using RASTRA, a type of insulating concrete which is produced in a sustainable way because during the curing process no energy is used and no harmful by products are created.
This Paradise Valley luxury home sits on 2.38 acres in the Paradise Hills 3 Subdivision close to Lincoln and Desert Fairways. There are only 2 improved lots in this subdivision with the other home having 5859 square feet of Addobe style construction.
Some Great Features of this Expensive Home
With 9001 square feet of living space, this custom home has 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. The property is a 2 story home located in the Scottsdale Unified School District.
This European Mediterranean style home gives the feel of living in Spain or Southern France. Its limestone walls and criss cross beams (from France) in the ceilings give the home a warm and cozy feeling.
The master room has a tub placed close to french doors that open out to bring in natural light and great views. The bathroom also has windows with custom iron works.
For outdoor living and entertaining, there are quite a few patios with a fireplaces. These patios are a great place to get lost in a book or art.
The yard has lots of mature trees, rose bushes with lots of grass. You are surrounded with so much green vegetation, you will not feel like you are trapped in the desert.
Being in this home you get surrounded by such warmth and affection because its a one of a kind luxury home. There is no need to make trips to Europe just to experience such amazing feelings, you can find it right here in this home.
Listing and Selling Details for this Luxury Home
This the first time this luxury home is being resold since it was built.
The home was on the market for 547 days, originally priced at $9,650,000 and was reduced to $8750,000 after 10 months on the market.
It later sold for $8,250,000 after about another 8 months.