This $17.5M Scottsdale mansion broke the Arizona record for priciest home sale!


A 14-bedroom mansion in Scottsdale broke the record for the priciest single-family home sale in Arizona history last month, according to reports.

The 20,000-square-foot property, situated in exclusive Silverleaf, sold for $17.5 million. That broke a record that had just been set in December.

The mansion sits on nearly four acres and has extensive mountain and city views.

The home includes a number of recreational facilities, including infinity-edge pool, an indoor rock-climbing wall, golf simulator, basketball court, volleyball court and a fitness center that comes with a steam room.

The property also has five kitchens, two elevators, a detached guest house and a game room and home theater.

According to The Arizona Republic, which originally reported the sale earlier this week, the seller was Midwest Retreat ll led by Jordan Dejong of California. But, according to Mansion Global, until it sold, the home was owned by Keith Knight, former chief operating officer and co-founder of Phoenix-based Knight Transportation, and his wife, Fawna.

The buyer was a Canadian corporation called Nummus Properties Ltd. based in Saskatchewan.

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