We're back in the DC Ranch Silverleaf neighborhood for this weeks installment of the most expensive home that sold in Arizona last week. A little history lesson of the area reveals that the Silverleaf name comes from the historic mining claim that was filed on the property in the late 1800's and was later used as a cattle ranch. Who would have known all those years ago that this land would become one of the most expensive places to own property in all of Scottsdale. The purchase of this $2.79 million dollar home was a cash deal and is no exception to the rule that Silverleaf is a premier and coveted neighborhood. Nestled against the McDowell Sonoran Preserve the new owner of this fine luxury property is guaranteed breathtaking and private views of the magnificent desert surroundings.
The main home is slightly under 3,700 square feet while the guest house gives the buyer another 500 square feet for family or friends to share in the spoils of the Silverleaf community. Everything you would come to expect in a high-end million dollar property is here. Grand courtyard entrance, soaring ceilings, chef's kitchen, imported stone flooring and counter-tops throughout, and 800-bottle wine room, and a home theater with state-of-the-art electronics. The outside amenities include a large covered patio that leads straight out to the sparkling pool and spa, and a wrap-around covered barbeque area. There's even a putting green to practice all of those tricky angles so that the new owner can be prepared for their next 18-hole challenge against Bob in accounting! Click on the picture below for the full MLS listing:
Size: 4,157 sqft
Lot size: 16,044 sqft
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