This palatial mansion is located at 6516 North 64th Place in Paradise Valley, AZ and has been on the market for quite some time. It was built in 2007 and boasts 14,591 square feet of living space with 7 large bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, grand entertaining spaces with intricate ceilings and woodwork and more. Once priced at over $15,000,000, this home can now be yours for just $2,995,000. Even though the location isn’t all that great and the landscaping sucks, you do get a lot of house as well as high quality design for your buck.

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  • BB

    This house is brand new, not 1983… In a nice neighborhood, but not gated. Asking $15mm was a dream, but 3mm sure does seem like a steal for 14k sq ft.




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    • John L.

      This house was originally built in 1983. They extensively remodeled in the past couple of years.




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  • Grrrowler

    The outside looks like a stable. But, I like a lot of the interior. It’s very quirky, but it works for this house. I can imagine that it would like nice with the right kind of furniture (not faux-French). There are some things that need to go, like those commodes in picture 13; one of them would have been interesting, but two of them in one room is overkill. It’s definitely a lot of house for the price, but I can’t imagine every paying $15 million for it. It’s awfully close to a busy road, but the rest of the neighborhood looks nice, if one wants to live in AZ.




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  • Jody Sherin

    Definitely NOT my cup of tea. Yuck.




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  • Daniel

    It looks like a bi*ch to furnish. Too dark, too much wood, too much desert. I’m pretty sure you can get a nicer foreclosure in the same area.




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  • Derek

    I’ve seen this house many times in person. It is nice, although there isn’t much front yard space and if I recall the lot is somewhat narrow on the north side of the property. And the area is actually very desirable. It is in the heart of Paradise Valley, which is by far the wealthiest area of Arizona, and one of the most affluent in the Country.




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  • Brijbhushan Bhattadri

    Some amazing woodwork inside – likely not to everyone’s taste, though that does not, of course, detract from the superb quality of the work.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I can appreciate astounding craftsmanship and quality of materials, but the woodwork throughout this home is WAAAY too over the top for me. It’s all beautifully done, but comes off oppressive as a whole, and the combination of busy woodwork and busy brickwork make that kitchen a headache to look at. Exterior is alright. I would like to see the place furnished…I personally wouldn’t know where to begin when making furnishing choices.

    Finishings aside, this is a lot of home for the money, especially in one of the richest areas of the southwest.




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  • John L.

    This house is absolutely hideous. It looks more like a medieval tortue chamber than a home to me.

    This house was originally built in approximately 1983 was one of the nicest in Paradise Valley at the time. Most recently, Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway owned the house prior to the current owner, who, for some reason, destroyed the old house and turned it into this monstrosity. The old house was probably a little dated, but it was exponentially nicer than this one.

    The old house had lots of patios and courtyards with fountains, beautiful marble and woodwork, and plenty of windows. I still have the brochures from this house when it was built as a spec home.

    The best part of all of this is the price — it’s within a couple hundred thousand of what it was in 1983!




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    • John L.

      That would be “medieval torture chamber.”




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  • Rob F

    I’m heading up the remod of the interior. All of your comments I would agree with. I’m coming back with a ‘Spanish Castle’ motif, which will bring some decorum to a spec that went way out of control.




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