Scottsdale Spec House Sells for $28.1 Million, Becoming Arizona’s Priciest-Ever Home

By: Global Mansion 

A Scottsdale spec estate has sold for $28.1 million, becoming the most expensive home sale ever recorded in Arizona, according to the listing agent, Darren Tackett of Re/Max Fine Properties. The mountaintop property known as ‘Altitude’ went into contract about a month after hitting the market

The roughly 4.5-acre property, developed by Mast Luxury Homes, was listed in February for $29.5 million. It went into contract about a month later, according to Mr. Tackett. 

The buyer’s agent was Laura Briggs of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty. Ms. Briggs didn’t disclose the identity of the buyer, but said the purchaser was international. Scottsdale has seen an increase in demand from international buyers over the past few years, she said.

Known as “Altitude,” the recently completed property is located in the Silverleaf gated community, Mr. Tackett said. It sits on a peak in the McDowell Mountains, with views of the mountains and the cities of Scottsdale and Phoenix, he said. 

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