Sale of a mansion for $ 5.5 million; Chris Paul buys $ 7 million house
Phoenix Suns player Chris Paul paid cash for a new home in Paradise Valley with a six-car garage and gym. A Gilbert mansion with three kitchens and a basement basketball court with a snack bar was the Phoenix subway’s second most expensive house for sale last week.
Cep Trust, run by Phoenix Suns player Chris Paul and his wife, Jada, paid cash for a new 7,463 square foot home in Paradise Valley. The home with five bedrooms, six bathrooms and a six-car garage features floor-to-ceiling glass walls with views of Camelback Mountain. The house also has a large master bedroom suite with a sitting area, patios, him and her closets, a gym and a guest house.
White Mountain Estate LLC sold the house.
Robert Humphrey Jr., CEO of logistics company OnTrac, paid cash for an 11,289 square foot Gilbert mansion. The home features three kitchens, an elevator, a grand staircase, two laundry rooms, and a basement that includes a University of Arizona-themed NBA-style basketball half court, snack bar, a playground, a pool table and a movie theater.
The backyard features a 120,000 gallon main pool, 800 square foot deck, 12,000 gallon lower lounge pool and sun deck, poolside ramada, and outdoor kitchen.
Brittany Kellams McClain and Nathan McClain sold the house they bought for $ 3.5 million in 2018.
The Elaine and Jared Johnson Trust in Iowa paid cash for a Paradise Valley home on the side of Camelback Mountain. The house was not listed for sale, so there is no additional information on this.
The Biegert Trust, created by Max and Thelma Biegert, sold the property. In the 1980s, the couple invested over $ 15 million to revitalize the Grand Canyon Railroad.
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The Alan E Humphrey Trust of Reno paid cash to purchase a 4,881 square foot home in the Desert Highlands community of Scottsdale to the north. The four bedroom, 4 ½ bath home is a Certified Scottsdale Green Home. It comes with solid wood beams, solid granite slabs and a hand carved front entrance.
Thomas Leavitt of Leavitt Capital Cos. sold the house.
The Joseph and Heather Peles Trust purchased a 7,700 square foot home in Paradise Valley with five bedrooms and 6 ½ baths. The house has a basement with a games room, a bespoke wooden bar, a cinema room and a wine cellar. It also has a slate and copper roof, built-in outdoor barbecue, fire pit, orchard and rooftop terrace.
Dr Hafez Azadeh, an anesthesiologist from Phoenix, sold the property.