On the Market: $75 Million Unbuilt PV Estate is the Most Expensive Home in Arizona

A $75 million home planned for Paradise Valley is set to be the most expensive home to ever be built and sold in Arizona. 

Wow Luxury Properties has partnered with Cullum Homes to develop this extraordinary estate, which will sit on a property that’s just over 3.5 acres in the affluent town and comprise a main custom house with attached casita, conference building, guardhouse and a 15-car garage that together feature a total of 13 bedrooms, 16 full bathrooms, eight half-bathrooms, four kitchens, two outdoor kitchens and four wet bars. 

Designed to the highest standards of luxury, the 40,000-square-foot main house will include a nearly 3,000-square-foot primary suite with a gym, along with an art gallery on the main floor, a two-story office, a casino room and an aquarium that runs from the main level to the basement. 

Other planned amenities that will set this home apart include a large movie theater that will also serve as a metaverse room, two bowling lanes, an indoor shooting range, a golf simulator, a recording room and a state-of-the-art spa that will feature two locker rooms, Vitality Pools, a sauna, two massage and treatment rooms and a snow room that produces real snow. 

Outdoor amenities will consist of a cinema pool with a large waterfall and movie screen, an additional pool, a lazy river, a waterslide, an island chipping and putting green, three firepits and an outdoor lounge space. The future owner of the Paradise Valley home will also be to utilize the five-car garage with a car lift that leads to a nine-car collector’s garage. 

Wow Luxury Properties bought the land for the Paradise Valley home in 2022 and is currently working on developing the property and bringing the next level of luxury real estate to Arizona. The project will take four to five years to complete. 

View the listing here.

Renderings: Cullum Homes And WOW Luxury Properties

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