Suns owner sells Paradise Valley home for state record $19.3M

Nov 26, 2019, 10:45 AM | Updated: 11:25 am


PHOENIX — Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver sold his Paradise Valley home Monday for the highest price on record in Arizona — $19.3 million.

The 5-acre estate at 5710 N. Yucca Road includes a five-bedroom main house, a two-bedroom guest house, nine garage spaces, an exercise studio, a salon and a spa with an outdoor shower.

“While I will not comment on my client specifically, I will say it is one of the greatest honors of my career to list and sell this home, achieving top dollar for my clients,” listing agent Chris Karas of Launch Real Estate said in a press release.

The home was originally listed Monday for $25 million, according to the release, selling the same day.

Sarver and his wife Penny bought the property in 2007, according to county records, and the home was built in 2009.

A Scottsdale mansion purchased in March for $18.8 million previously held the state’s record for most expensive sale.

Homes in Scottsdale and Paradise Valley, on the market for $32 million and $21 million, have yet to be sold.


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Suns owner sells Paradise Valley home for state record $19.3M