Peoria’s most expensive home hits the market with $6 million price tag

Jul 7, 2023, 2:00 PM | Updated: 2:17 pm

Far away view of luxurious Peoria home in Arizona Realtors say the home has several features that give it a resort-like flair. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) It's within a gated community. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) The "entertainer's kitchen" has commercial-grade appliances and multiple dishwashers.  (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) The homesite covers nearly 13,000 square feet. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) This aerial view shows how huge the property is. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) The outdoor pool has its own water slide. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) Residents who want to go on a walk to clear their heads will have lots of room to roam. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) The homesite sits on 2.18 acres. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) The home boasts multiple places to gather and watch TV  both inside and outside.  (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) There are several covered outdoor areas throughout the property. They all have misters, too. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) The pool also has its own diving board.(RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) There are five bedrooms at 8035 W. Expedition Way. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) Shopaholics can make good use of the walk-in closet. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) There are also eight bathrooms throughout Peoria's most expensive home. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) The home also has its own movie theater. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) In addition to a personal gym, there's also a sports court. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) “A stunning property deserves a stunning celebration and we’re so excited to welcome the community into this incredible home,” RE/MAX Fine Properties Realtor said in a statement. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) “We’re very excited to have the opportunity to showcase this rare estate and include our professional community,” Wong said. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) According to a news release, the home boasts a floor-to-ceiling limestone gas fireplace as well as hard floor surfaces with custom insets and designs. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo) The luxury tour on Friday, July 7 is invite-only. (RE/MAX Fine Properties photo)

PHOENIX — Peoria’s most expensive home hit the market at $5.9 million this week. 

The 13,000-square-foot home at 8035 West Expedition Way has its own movie theater, sports court and personal gym. 

The five-bedroom and eight-bathroom home has a main entrance with a glass-arched iron door, panoramic views that show off the lawn and a floor-to-ceiling gas fireplace made out of limestone.

The home also boasts hard floor surfaces with custom insets and designs, according to a news release.

The so-called “entertainer’s kitchen” has multiple dishwashers, commercial-grade appliances and a full-sized freezer and refrigerator. There’s even a butler space that opens to the dining area full of glass accent cabinets and roll-out drawers.

After cooking up a meal, a homeowner could relax near the heated diving pool, which comes with a color wheel light system, slide and diving board. Near the pool is an exterior bar, a heated spa and three outdoor entertainment spaces, which come with misters.

The most expensive home in Peoria also has an RV garage that can hold up to six cars, golf putting greens, a sport court and eight other garages. 

There’s also a detached guest house for homeowners who have family members they want to keep close — but not too close. This bonus space has a full kitchen, appliances, a breakfast nook and its own living room. There’s also a bathroom that opens to a patio. 

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Peoria’s most expensive home hits the market with $6 million price tag