Soundproof theaters, wine closets and seven-car garages are among the amenities in this week’s most expensive home sales in metropolitan Phoenix.


Sheryl Palmer bought land that will be used as a primary residence in north Scottsdale, near Mirage Village. Palmer is the president and CEO of Taylor Morrison Home Corporation, a national home building company and developer based in Scottsdale. White Horse 50 LLC sold the land. 


Snehalkumar and Patricia Bhoola bought a Chandler house at The Island at Fulton Ranch. Snehalkumar is an obstetrician and gynecologist in Phoenix. The property has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. A gated autocourt hosts a garage that can fit up to seven cars. Arizona Cardinals coach Steve Wilks also recently bought a house at The Island at Fulton Ranch. Ronn and Kristine Berger, trustees under the Berger Living Trust, sold the property. 


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Dean and Mia Muglia purchased a 5,496-square-foot house in Phoenix. The house sits just at the southeast edge of the Phoenix Mountains Preserve. Dean is an executive vice president at Discount Tire Co. The property has four bedrooms and 3½ bathrooms. It has a view of the Phoenix city lights at night. Tall ceilings give openness in the common areas. Limestone lines the floors throughout the living room and kitchen. The view is bolstered by a second-level deck above an extensive patio. An infinity pool and spa are also featured in the backyard. Solar panels cover a majority of square footage across the roof. Timothy Porthouse, trustee of the TJP living trust, sold the house. 

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Arash Vossoughi bought an 8,481-square-foot, five-bedroom, seven-bathroom house in central Scottsdale. The house is located in the Cactus Corridor community. Vossoughi is the vice president of sales at Proctor Gallagher Institute, according to his LinkedIn. The Scottsdale house has a bricked walkway in the front yard that leads to a courtyard with a fireplace. Tile lines the floors in all common space, while all the bedrooms are carpeted. Further inside the house is a soundproof theater and media room with 10 recliner-style chairs. The backyard has a pool surrounded by palm trees and a large yard. Robert and Vivian Ziltzer, trustees of the Ziltzer Revocable Trust, sold the house. 


The Sandra H. and David P. Racz Revocable Trust purchased a four-bedroom, 4½-bathroom, 6,302-square-foot house at the Mirabel Club in Scottsdale. The house is by the fairway of the fourth hole of the Mirabel Golf Course, and offers a view of the course, mountains and city from various vantage points throughout the property. There are fireplaces both indoors and outdoors. Three bedrooms are inside the main house, with a fourth inside the guest casita. The casita also has a kitchen and single-car garage attached. The kitchen in the main house has exposed wood on almost every surface, from the cabinets to the beams on the ceiling to a wood-plated steam catcher above the stove. Just around the corner from the kitchen is a temperature-controlled wine cabinet, which can hold hundreds of bottles. Two of the five fireplaces are in the backyard, next to the pool and spa. The Kurzweil Family Trust sold the house.

Researched by Robert Gundran and The Information Market.


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