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Here Are 5 Of the Most Expensive Homes In Arizona That Will Make Your Jaw Drop.

Everyone dreams of living in a luxurious home sometimes, right? Check out these crazy expensive homes in Arizona that are sure to make you feel like a king!

#1 9422 E Happy Valley Rd

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This huge house in Scottsdale, Arizona might currently be the most expensive one on the market. It uses 10,000 square feet of space to accommodate seven bedrooms and nine and a half baths. So, if you want to move here, you’ll either want to do so with lots of friends, a large family, or a taste for variety. Smack dab in the middle of twenty acres of Sonoron Desert, this home’s location at the base of Pinnacle Peak allows it to strike the perfect balance between the privacy of the desert and the hustle and bustle of the nearby city. Feast your eyes on marble, glass, and steel throughout this mansion that boasts amenities like vaulted ceilings, skylights, a sauna, hot tub, tennis court, and pool. And did we mention the astonishing thirty-five plus auto show garage? What’s the price tag for this unbelievable home? Only $10,900,000. Time to start saving your pennies!

#2 5625 E Nauni Valley Dr

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This home in Paradise Valley, Arizona offers extraordinary views of the Camelback Mountains. This house has a bit less square feet than the last one — just 14,256 –but it still offers seven bedrooms and eleven baths. Though the home is beautifully modern on the inside, you might find yourself spending a lot of time in breathtaking gardens that you can get to from nearly any room. This home boasts a 3,000 bottle wine room, a white onyx kitchen island, french doors, glass walls, and massive closets! If you’re feeling bored, check out the library, game room, hot tub, pool, or theater. If you have guests over, they can choose between two guest homes, and there should be some space for their vehicle in the eight car garage. At $10,800,000, this home is also one of the most expensive homes on the market in Arizona.

#3 5315 N Wilkinson Rd

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If you want to live in Paradise Valley, Arizona, this home is another option! You should have plenty of space in this 15,006 square foot home that has six bedrooms and eleven baths. Plus, you’ve got over two acres of land at your disposal! This home was only just built in 2015 and reflects the Palm Beach Transitional style. That means you’ll find lots of creamy marble and luxurious wood accents. In fact, the wood moldings in all of the rooms are custom. In this home you’ll find a beautiful master suite with attached his/hers bathroom and serenity room, a gorgeous kitchen stocked with any appliance or utensil you could possible ever need, and a spacious family room that opens up into an outdoor living room complete with fireplace and kitchen. Of course, you can’t forget the theater, game room, hot tub, and pool. Grab this home up for just $9,000,000!

#4 5600 N Saguaro Rd

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It’s clear that Paradise Valley must be prime territory for luxurious homes, because you’ll find the fourth home on our list there as well. This 15,200 square foot home with five bedrooms and nine baths was custom designed! Throughout the home, ceilings soar high above you while marble floors stretch on beneath you. There’s a grand foyer, formal living and dining rooms, huge chef’s and summer kitchens, a game room, and a spa with his and hers marble bathrooms. Stretched out over this 4.8 acre gated property you’ll find four car garages, a tennis court, a pool with a waterfall, and tons of patio space that offers magnificent views of nearby Camelback Mountain and the Praying Monk. This house is a steal at just $8,750,000!

#5 20913 N 104th St

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If you’re looking to live in Scottsdale, this home is a gorgeous option. You’ll find it in the exclusive Upper Canyon at Silverleaf — but only after passing through a double gated bridge onto the grounds. From here you’ll be offered unparalleled views of the McDowell Mountains and the city lights. This European Manor style home encompasses 12,601 square feet and has seven bedrooms and eleven bathrooms to offer. All throughout you’ll notice gorgeously detailed accents like scrolled wrought and cast iron and elaborate stonework that includes limestone, marble, travertine, and canterra. Take a tour and you’ll see soaring vaulted wooden ceilings, two disappearing walls, seven fireplaces, and a professional grade kitchen. Venture outside to explore the patios and the pool! All of this could be yours for just $8,000,000!

Cheyenne Reed

Cheyenne Reed was born and raised in Ohio. She recently relocated to rural Wyoming to try out working at an exclusive guest ranch. She graduated from Kent State University with an English degree, and most enjoys writing about travel. If she has free time, you may run into her anywhere, because she is always itching to explore new places. Her personal motto is, "Any day can be an adventure if you make it one!"

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