10 Most Expensive Houses for Sale in Metro Phoenix Right Now
Money may not be able to buy you class, happiness, or love, but in metro Phoenix, having a enormous chunk of change is your ticket to owning your own personal sauna, yoga studio, olympic size pool, movie theater, shooting range, and world-class kitchen.
When it comes to living at the height of wealth and excess, these on-the-market estates hit the mark. Here are the 10 most expensive homes for sale right now in the Valley.
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This $10,000,000 home is in need of some serious renovation.
10. 6112 North Paradise View Drive, Paradise Valley $10,000,000
Some of you may recognize this 52,000-square-foot mansion as the home built for Pennzoil heir Walker McCune in 1970. It later went on to be owned by George Hormel, heir to the business that brought you Spam, the Hormel Company. While the home is still fairly outrageous what with 14 bedrooms, 23 bathrooms, a 14-foot-deep Olympic size swimming pool, playground, locker room, racquetball court, ballroom, media room, commercial-style kitchen, residential kitchen, guest house, and an amethyst stone fireplace, the property is being sold as is, making it one of the most expensive fixer-uppers in town.
When it comes to Tempe extravagance, this 1980s mansion takes the cake.
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9. 1220 South Kyrene Road, Tempe $10,000,000
The only Tempe property featured on this list is a 15,198-square-foot home built in 1984 with eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, and more than 10 acres of land. It has its own private lake, swimming pool, gym, tennis court, full bar, caretaker home, guest and maid quarters, game room, library, media room, and 10-car garage (you can fit an additional 10 in the outdoor parking area).Next Page
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