DONE DEALS

A 9,100-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion sells for $7.5M cash

Catherine Reagor
Arizona Republic

Most of the priciest houses to sell in metro Phoenix last week were in Paradise Valley. The CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona was one of the sellers. 

$7,750,000

A Delaware LLC called Kober CG bought an 8,522-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion with six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. The home has two offices, a home theater, oversized limestone columns and a limestone fireplace. Pam and William Kehaly sold the house. Pam is CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona.

$7,500,000

Jolynn Price paid cash for a Paradise Valley mansion with 9,100 square feet of space. The house has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Thomas and Margaret Argue of Argue Custom Homes were the sellers. Joan Levinson of Realty ONE Group had the listing.

$6,600,000

James Bowen paid cash for a 9,642-square-foot Paradise Valley mansion. The modern farmhouse-style home with five bedrooms and 6 ½ bathrooms is situated on 1.7 acres and has a guest house. It also has an oversized pool, a 10-inch-thick wood front door, an oversized office and floor-to-ceiling fireplaces. JLM Red 1 LLC was the seller.

$5,442,788

Christopher and Mary Jernigan bought a 3,629-square-foot Paradise Valley house that has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Encanta Homes sold it.

$4,150,000

Daniel and Jacqueline Patterson paid cash for a new 5,754-square-foot home in north Scottsdale. The house with six bedrooms and six bathrooms also has a casita. The backyard includes an aluminum pergola over an outdoor kitchen, a putting green, a fire pit with built-in seating and a deck with glass railings. Charleston Properties sold it.

Reach the reporter at catherine.reagor@arizonarepublic.com or 602-444-8040. Follow her on Twitter @CatherineReagor.

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