Location: 5035 N Invergordon Road, Paradise Valley, AZ

Square Footage: 15,233

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 7 bedrooms & 9 bathrooms

Price: $11,500,000

This European inspired mansion is located at 5035 N Invergordon Road in Paradise Valley, Arizona. It was built by Nance Construction and features approximately 15,233 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, rounded foyer, travertine and walnut floors throughout as well as custom chandeliers and sconces in almost every room, arched main hallway, formal living room with fireplace, formal dining room, home office with fireplace, gourmet kitchen, butler’s pantry, separate breakfast room, family room with vaulted beamed ceiling and fireplace, 2000 bottle wine cellar with tasting room, billiards room, home theater, indoor spa in the master suite, 7-car garage, numerous patios, glass-tiled mosaic swimming pool, ramada and a guest house.

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  • Daniel

    The architecture ain’t bad inside or out but the chocolate fudge furniture needs to go. Lovely pool.




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  • Yosef

    *JAW DROPS*




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s difficult to get past the truly hideous furnishings, but once I did I realized that there’s a typically uninteresting, and very beige, mock-Med underneath all of it.




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  • Teddi

    I have a question about the house. I’ve noticed that Arizona mansions are usually on one level. Usually you see a house larger and 5000 sq ft and you start seeing 2 stories or more. In any other State a 15k sf house would be 2 or 3 stories. Does anyone know why these huge homes are only one story?




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    • Daniel

      Thank you! I’ve been asking this for awhile and can’t seem to find an answer. I thought maybe it has something with ventilation…




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      • Teddi

        Hmm, perhaps. I figure there has to be an architectural reason for it. So many mansion-sized homes in one area all one story. Can’t just be for aesthetics.




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        • Tracy Arthur

          It’s because we live in the desert. Air conditioning a huge house is expensive; trying to keep the upstairs cool when it’s 115 degrees outside would be impossible.




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    • Venom

      Old people, ranches are a better use of space, heat rises and Arizona is super hot so probably easier to cool a single floor.




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  • Michael

    One thought on the single story homes in Scottsdale is that it is or was mostly a retirement community with the general winter population all being of a certain age.




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    • Teddi

      Hi Michael, I would agree but the same could be said for South Florida. You can set your calendar by the snowbirds flying into Palm Beach county for the winter. They didn’t diminish the sizes or levels of the homes, they just put in elevators or started building the master bedrooms on the main level. Arizona hasn’t seemed to do either. They’ve increased the sizes of the homes and just spread them out over the one story.




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