This 19,031 square foot estate is located at 11210 E Arabian Park Drive in Scottsdale, AZ and is under foreclosure. Built in 2008, this massive estate is situated on 5 acres of land and boasts 7 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, indoor basketball court, exercise/dance studio, baseball field, sports court, home theater, game room, office, wine cellar, craft room, recreational room, 4 courtyards, separate guest house, 3 swimming pools, cabana, tons of patio space, 10+ car garage and more. It is listed at $4,999,999.

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  • Daniel

    If this home doesn’t scream public school then I don’t know what does. Unlivable garbage. Fire up the bulldozers!




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    • Kenny Forder

      haha it does look like a public school!! The interior is sooooo office/school like and I don’t think it would ever be able to feel like a home. Look at that staircase! lol




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      • Daniel

        I’m not exaggerating, but I honestly thought it was. That backyard doesn’t help. Foreclosed probably because they couldn’t stand its ugliness…I certainly wouldn’t be able to. Then again, I wouldn’t have even given this ‘home’ a second glance.




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  • Jon

    I like the picture of the entry and the floor plan is ok but the back looks really ugly.




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  • Barney

    Agree COMPLETELY with you guys. This house (of WHAT, I’d like to know) is UTTERLY RIDICULOUS in SO many ways. I don’t mean to purposely sound like a Snob-Asshole, but this place SCREAMS “white trash”. Noveau riche OFF THE SCALE, from some Shithead guy who obviously had (operative word, BIG time) tons more money than taste or architectural brains…..and if I had any to bet, I’d bet A LOT (and NOT lose it, either) that the seller is a SERIOUSLY overgrown, male adolescent bachelor. This pile doesn’t even look as good as any random elementary school you guys….it honestly looks like a vacant office park, or storage facility….inside & out. And the interior truly looks like abandoned coroner’s labs. And for me to write what I’m about to means A WHOLE HELLUVA’ LOT ’cause I’ve seen A LOT of downright hideous to stunningly beautiful homes, so……..this place has the ABSOLUTE WORST floorplan I’ve EVER seen, filled so full of indescribably absurd & truly useless “sports rooms” that I didn’t even have the determination to finish looking at the entire floor plan. I honestly don’t see this place EVER selling.




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  • LE

    Check out Bing maps and go up the street three houses and you’ll see another house under construction with what looks like the service end of a car dealership in the backyard. You could probably fit 50 cars in those buildings.
    BTW…I’ll bet $10 that this house was built by a sports athlete who got traded…I can’t believe the bank would finance a crazy house like in the first place.




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    • Barney

      GREAT proposition there, LE……that possibility would fit perfectly with this “house”. And, while I’m at it, keeping my sanity demands that I get this rant out on a regular basis, sorry guys……

      ” I HATE HAAAAATE HAAAAAAAAAATE PSYCHOTICALLY RAMPANT MATERIALISM IN ALL FORMS” AAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH!

      🙂 This concludes the insane portion of my blog post. I now return you to your regularly scheduled postings….




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  • Marcus

    I agree with Barney this is the worst floorplan I have ever seen. What was the architect thinking.

    No Living Room or Great Room.
    Dinning Room is closed off from the rest of the house.
    50 ft long hallways.
    Look at the 4 family bedrooms on the left side of the house. I have seen bedrooms with the bathroom down the hall but never the bathroom and closets. It is bad enough having to share a bathroom but who wants to stand outside the bathroom waiting to get to your closet.




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  • Grrrowler

    I’m late to the party on this one, but I’m in agreement with everyone else. It’s just a huge mess.




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  • Cole

    Ugly, but not bad for $5 million.




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  • Dave T.

    I wondered if it was started by a family of non-US nationality. The bedroom arrangement looks like boys and girls barracks of sorts, and the guests and master have much nicer appointments. This is common among Indian and some Asian families, adults are treated with more respect.




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  • Iemand

    Am I to late to join?
    Indeed looks like a typical high school (as far I can imagine a US high school).
    Also the floorplan is overwhelming. All kind of rooms trown around the thing.
    The hallway is way to long, the garages will look weird from the motor court, etcetera.
    Imagine these situations
    – (If those bedrooms on the left are kids bedrooms), what if a kid wants to go to mam/dad? Imagine running through the building.
    – Your wife (or husband if you’re a woman ;)) has parked your favorite car in one of the garages. Try to get into all the garages without their main garagedoor.

    If I would design a floorplan like that I would be kicked of the course and I could start all over again.




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  • Preston

    I know I am really late to this party but I love this place. yes the color is wrong but at this price ( and I am sure you can get it cheaper) that can be addressed. Let us not for get that this is a single level house and it is very hard to get the flow right in a house that size on a single level. that they wer avble to get all the room in this place and not make it look bad is pretty good. I love the kicthen and butler pantry. Now what I would have left off is that silly basketball court. that is just fluff.




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  • Sarah

    I am really REALLY late to the party, but I just stumbled upon this today and had to comment. I have met the family that built/owned this house and have been inside of it. The husband is a sports enthusiast and a real estate development executive. The wife works with him at his company. They have five kids, 3 of which are still in k-12 school. I’m not particularly close with anyone in the family, as I met them through a mutual acquaintance, but from what I’ve heard, they started building it in ’08 and got way in over their heads and had to stop construction because they ran out of money. As for the interior of the house, I have to agree that it does remind me of a school. There are long hallways that curve around the various parts of the house, and it was hard for me to find my way around after getting a tour of the place. The dining room (one of 2, I recall) has leather flooring. LEATHER! It seems that no expense was spared in building this place, but it truly lacked a sense of “homeyness” when I was visiting it. The kids seemed to like the basketball court and the theater a lot, but the pool wasn’t finished and there wasn’t any landscaping around the time I visited. I remember thinking the entire time I was there, “who would need all of this?”. A real waste of money if you ask me.




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