John and Cindy McCain’s luxury condo in Phoenix listed for $3.1 million

Feb 15, 2019, 3:00 PM | Updated: 4:43 pm
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PHOENIX – Looking for a place to settle down that’s fit for Arizona royalty?

The condo where John and Cindy McCain lived when they stayed in Phoenix is for sale.

The 6,500-square-foot unit in the luxurious The Residences at 2211 Camelback complex has been listed with a $3.1 million price tag.

The five-bedroom, 5½-bathroom condo comes with multiple balconies and spectacular views of the mountains and city in one of Phoenix’s most desirable areas.

The master suite is one of the home’s highlights, with a two-sided fireplace, sitting area and massive walk-in closet.

The complex features 24-hour security, concierge service, valet parking for guests, a rooftop pool and workout center.

In October, Cindy McCain bought a French Country-style home in north-central Phoenix for $2.8 million.

That purchase came about two months after her husband, Arizona’s longtime U.S. senator and a former presidential candidate, died Aug. 25 following a yearlong battle with brain cancer.

The family also owns the ranch in Cornville, Arizona, near Sedona, where John McCain spent the final few months of his life.

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John and Cindy McCain’s luxury condo in Phoenix listed for $3.1 million