18 Apr H&R Block CEO buys $4.8M Scottsdale mansion with 6 bathrooms
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Wine cellars, mountain views and five-car garages are among the luxurious features in this week’s most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.
William Cobb, CEO of H&R Block Inc. and his wife, Carole, paid cash for this Spanish-style hacienda in Scottsdale’s Silverleaf community. The 7,454-square-foot mansion has five bedrooms and six bathrooms and features its own separate guest casita. The chef’s kitchen features two islands with granite counter tops, and chandeliers throughout the kitchen and dining areas. The backyard opens up through telescoping doors, and features fireplaces, stone patios and negative-edge pool with water feature. Hope Herndon sold the house through her trust.
Kevin Murai, CEO at Concentrix Corporation, and his wife, Brenda, purchased this mansion in Paradise Valley. The 7,682-square-foot house has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms and was designed by Jim Blochberger. It has mountain views to the south, east and west. The house features a wine cellar and French doors that open to a Chicago brick patio. The gourmet kitchen has a butlers pantry and inside/outside bar. The backyard features a built-in barbecue and a pool and spa with water features. Nicholas Chapman, managing director at Alliance Residential Company, sold the home.
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Jon Tobias, area manager of The Tobias Team, and his wife, Daisy, purchased this 6,287-square-foot mansion in Paradise Valley’s Tierra Madre community.
Jon Tobias, area manager of The Tobias Team, and his wife, Daisy, purchased this mansion in Paradise Valley’s Tierra Madre community. The 6,287-square-foot house has five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms. The house was remodeled in 2018 and features imported Italian tile, European white oak hardwood, new custom cabinetry, marble and granite counter tops, Sub-Zero/Wolf appliances, Fleetwood doors and new windows. The home also has a huge bonus room with separate entrance/driveway. Outside The Box Ventures LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the home.
Michael Bond purchased this Santa Barbara-style mansion in Paradise Valley. The 8,097-square-foot custom house has five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms. The home is fitted throughout with marble and stonework, custom finishes, massive beams, stone and hand-scraped wood floors and custom cabinetry. The home has an open concept gourmet kitchen and large family room, granite counters, an exercise room, office, game/media room, wine storage, a detached guest house and five-car garage with workshop. The grounds feature covered ramadas and patios, built-in barbecue, fire pit and a salt water pool and spa. Gerald Ray, managing director of Wealthstreet Investment Advisors LLC, and his wife, Kathryn, sold the house through their trust.
Catherine Caris purchased this condominium in Paradise Valley’s Villas at Mountain Shadows II community. The Villas consist of 52 single-story condos ranging from 2,501 to 3,615 square feet. All feature three bedrooms and three bathrooms, as well as two-car garages and a private elevator for upper units. TNHC Mountain Shadows LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, sold the home.
Researched by Lorraine Longhi and The Information Market.