Home Exercise Mountainside Fitness founder sells Paradise Valley home for $7M

Mountainside Fitness founder sells Paradise Valley home for $7M

Mountainside Fitness founder sells Paradise Valley home for $7M

The founding father of Mountainside Health, restaurateurs who began Diego Pops and The Montauk, president of an electrical agency and a physician have been among the many consumers and sellers of metro Phoenix’s priciest houses to promote throughout mid-March. A house designed by well-known architect Invoice Hull was additionally one of many homes on the listing.


John Fleury, president of Swap Electrical, paid money for a 4,530-square-foot Paradise Valley dwelling. The home with 4 bedrooms and 4 ½ bogs has an entrance flanked by glass storage doorways, a coated patio entryway with a wood-beamed ceiling, a moist bar, a waterfall kitchen island, a built-in espresso bar and a major suite with a hearth and a seating space. Mountainside Health founder Tom Hatten was the vendor. Scott Grigg of The Grigg’s Group Powered by The Altman Brothers had the itemizing.


The Royal Palm LLC purchased a 7,500-square-foot Paradise Valley dwelling from Dr. Bonni Maffi. The home has seven bedrooms and 7 bogs.


The John Patterson Kids’s Belief purchased a 7,808-square-foot north Scottsdale home. The house comes with six bedrooms, 6 ½ bogs, a guesthouse, a house theater, a butler’s kitchen, two washers and dryers, wooden shutters, two islands, a 500-bottle wine cooler, a pool with a rock cave and a waterfall, and a placing inexperienced. MNS2 LLC offered it.


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