Sale of the $9.75 million Paradise Valley estate

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National Hockey League center Tyler Bozak and his wife, Molly, have paid $5.75 million for a North Scottsdale home with a ‘Bellagio-style pool’, game room and brick walls. sliding glass.

$14,000,000

The John Christopher McCarthy Trust paid cash for a nearly 13,000 square foot mansion at the base of Paradise Valley’s Camelback Mountain. He owns Kansas-based car dealership McCarthy Auto Group. The Spanish Colonial-style home with six bedrooms and 12 bathrooms qualified as a “move-in ready resort” in the listing.

The property has his and hers outdoor showers, his and hers offices, a 21-seat theater, two guest houses, a separate gym building, and tennis and basketball courts. Scott and Catherine Allen sold the property. He is president of Cash Time Title Loans.

$9,750,000

Wow Properties LLC has purchased a Paradise Valley home with an adjacent one-acre lot near Arizona’s Biltmore. The 12,161 square foot mansion has seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The backyard features an Olympic-size swimming pool, bocce courts, putting green, sand volleyball court, in-ground trampoline and two fire pits. The interior has marble floors, an imported Italian staircase, limestone columns, a stone wine cellar and five fireplaces.

Ali and Mahdieh Askari were the sellers. The sale sets a record for the Biltmore neighborhood, said Frank Aazami of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty, which had the listing.

$7,995,000

Michael and Linda Keefe from Wyoming paid cash for a 7,461 square foot estate north of Scottsdale with seven bedrooms and 7½ bathrooms located on 18 acres. The property features two Spanish hacienda-style homes, a resort-style pool, and three tee boxes to hit a custom golf green. Timothy Rickman was the salesman.

$5,575,000

National Hockey League center Tyler Bozak and his wife Molly have purchased a 6,150 square foot home in North Scottsdale. Bozak, who plays for the St. Louis Blues, scored a goal in overtime on Wednesday to keep the team alive in the NHL playoffs. The couple’s home features five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a foyer, a game room, a “Bellagio-style pool,” sliding glass walls, and a casita.

The Tutton Trust sold the property.

$5,250,000

Dr. Feras Aldaoud, an internist, purchased an 8,185 square foot Paradise Valley home with four bedrooms and five bathrooms. The house has a kitchen with a copper hood and a pantry, a wine cellar and a games room with a bar. Stephen and Anna Stine were the sellers.

More closed deals: Paradise Valley home next to Praying Monk sells for $6.75 million

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