Here are two luxurious mansions located in Paradise Valley, AZ that are currently under foreclosure.

Home #1 – Pictures #1-10 – This spectacular estate is located at 6736 East Maverick Road in Paradise Valley, AZ. It was built in 2008 and boasts 9,800 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 6 full and 2 half bathrooms, grand entrance with marble flooring, formal dining room, 2-story living room with fireplace, wine room, huge gourmet kitchen with oversized marble slab counter and custom furniture grade cabinetry, breakfast room, family room with fireplace, game room with wet bar, home theater, office/library on 2nd floor landing, huge covered patio, and a swimming pool with spa. It can be yours for $3,700,000. This home is a great deal! I’m absolutely in LOVE with that kitchen! That island is one of the best I’ve seen.

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Home #2 – Pictures #11-20 – This gated mansion is located at 7611 North Invergordon Road in Paradise Valley, AZ. residence. It was built in 2002 and boasts an open floor plan and charming courtyards. The 7,604 square foot home boasts 5 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half bathrooms, polished marble flooring, imported stone columns, gourmet with butler’s pantry and 3 islands, large great room/family room with wet bar, living room with fireplace, den/office, master suite with exercise room, attached guest casita with kitchen and living room, and a swimming pool with spa. It can be yours for $2,995,000.

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  • Daniel

    3 to 3.7 Million is not a lot for homes like these!
    In fact, a nearby lottery is boasting a prize of a 3.6 million dollar home in Oakville, Ontario. It’s nothing compared to these (check it out at http://www.helpconquercancer.ca).
    Just goes to show how much location, furnishings, and forclosure status can change a price.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Yeah, it seems like Paradise Valley has a lot great deals. The problem is……it’s Paradise Valley. I don’t think I would ever want to live there lol.




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      • John L.

        What’s wrong with Paradise Valley?




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        • Kenny Forder

          Nothing really. I just really love the winters here in New Jersey and I would definitely miss that. Plus, I like being close to New York City.




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          • Swimmer

            My Uncle (CEO of Sears) lives in Paradise Valley. Incredible place!
            His house is amazing!




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          • Kenny Forder

            Nice! How big is his house? Also, how hot does it get there?




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          • Venom

            Swimmer, so your uncle is W. Bruce Johnson?




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          • Swimmer

            I forgot to put former CEO, his name is Terry Ashwill if you want to Google him… I am not sure how many square feet his house is (I have only been there once) but it is HUGE.

            http://www.natawa.com/pdf/news112706.pdf

            Here is a link of some of his accomplishments.
            Kenny, It gets very hot there! Average in the summer is 105.




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  • Daniel

    I really like some of the interior details in the 2nd home. That foyer/main hallway is great! Picture 13 reminds me for some reason of a 5-star UAE hotel. The house seems a lot bigger than 7,600 sq ft. House #1’s living room is thrown off by those weird block windows. And I too like the kitchen a lot…the cabinets and island more so than the architectural elements.




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  • Iemand

    Maybe because i’m not used to it, but that second kitchen.
    Really? Spread 3(3!) islands trough a huge room en call it a kitchen.
    I don’t think its so great to be working in there.

    In general, I like the first house more, although I like the hallway with the pillars of the second house.




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  • Grrrowler

    I like the exteriors of both houses, but house #1 has a MUCH better interior. The Spanish colonial style works very well in this house, and even empty I could see how it would be very comfortable. The interior of #2 misses the mark I think. It lost all it’s colonial charm when someone decided to try to make it look fancier than it is.




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  • Venom

    I like both homes and both are priced well, but the second one is nicer and cheaper.

    I would never live in AZ though.
    The king of all douchebags Joe Arpaio lives there and the state seems to have a lot of douchebags living there also.




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  • Stewie

    I love the second home especially. Paradise Valley seems like such a cool place. I agree however I wouldn’t want to live there all the time, no seasons and too hot, but a lot of rich folk have second homes there so if it gets cold where they live and they want some warmth in their life they can go and relax in the hot desert and sip cocktails. Sounds pretty awesome if you ask me




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  • I’m afraid I’m a little late to the game on this one (how did I miss this post?), but I have to point out that this 2nd home looks so much like a larger one for sale in Paradise Valley:

    http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/8257-N-Mockingbird-Lane_Paradise-Valley_AZ_85253_1115732980

    They have to be by the same builder! This slightly larger home has 5 beds, 5.5 baths and is 9,353 sq. ft on a 1.43 acre lot. It has been for sale for 234 days (as of today) & the price has been lowered to $6,988,000.




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