In Silverleaf’s Upper Canyon, homeowners know that they are a part of an exclusive and elegant lifestyle only available to a few families in the Valley.
Silverleaf Realty currently has nearly $25 million in pending and closed sales in the next 10 days alone. But this week, Deborah Beardsley, the associate broker with Silverleaf Realty, closed on a home that broke the record for the highest priced sale in the Silverleaf community.
This $11,100,000 estate is situated on four expansive acres of land, including a dramatic entry with a long, winding driveway. The spectacular Mediterranean style home exhibits glamour and sophistication with unique, contemporary finishes and details like Carrera marble and Italian flooring. The estate overlooks Scottsdale and the McDowell Sonoran Preserve for unparalleled views.
The 12,800-square-foot home was originally designed by Dale Gardon and built by Linthicum in 2004; it underwent an extensive remodel in 2011. The estate features six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, and a private guest house on the property. From the 1,000 bottle wine cellar, to the game room and theater, to the gym and sauna, there’s something for every interest in this home.
To date in 2016, there has been more than $169 million in both closed and pending sales in Silverleaf. Both the Sterling Estate Villas and The Village at Silverleaf neighborhoods have had really active sales this year, and they now have only a handful of homes left.