Phoenix Arizona

The Valley’s priciest home sales by quotes
August 21, 2007, 3:44 pm
Filed under: City of Phoenix, City of Phoenix News, Phoenix, US - AZ (Phoenix) | Tags: ,

A president of a supplement company, a plastic surgeon, a Colorado developer, a bottling CEO, a retired AT&T executive and a smart card inventor are among the buyers and sellers in this week’s priciest home sales.


Bradley N. Grossman of Paradise Valley purchased a 9,300-square-foot home with pool built in 2003 at Mirador in Paradise Valley. The seven-bedroom, 8 1/2-bathroom home features 360-degree views through 15-foot-high glass walls, looking out on Paradise Valley Country Club to the north and Camelback Mountain canyons to the south. It includes a five-car garage and view deck upstairs with elevator and gourmet kitchen that opens to the breakfast nook, family room and patio. Grossman is president and CEO of American Supplement Technologies Inc in Tempe. The home was sold by Douglas Heinrich and his wife, Mary.

Dr. Ali M. Mosharrafa and his wife, Susan, purchased a new five-bedroom, 5 1/2-bath, 7,137-square-foot Spanish hacienda estate designed by Clay Scrivner at Mockingbird Lane Estates in Paradise Valley west of the Camelback Golf Club. The home features his and her baths and an exercise room with private spa. The kitchen has furniture-quality cabinets, granite countertops, Viking appliances and a 6-foot subzero refrigerator and freezer. Ali Mosharrafa is the chairman of the department of  plastic surgery at Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix. The home was sold by Bjan Family Enterprises, an Arizona limited liability company.

More of The Valley’s priciest home sales.

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