9 Most Expensive Houses Currently for Sale in Arizona

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The median home price in Arizona is $470,500, which is about 20% higher than the national average. Arizona’s wide-open spaces and mountainous views drive these prices up with the high average acreage of these incredible homes. With its many mansion-style mountain estates, you can be sure that Arizona will have some of the highest housing prices in the nation.

Continue reading to learn about the most expensive houses currently for sale in Arizona.

9. 11269 E Moonlight Cyn

Price: $21,500,000
Size: 11,530 sqft
City: Scottsdale
Rooms: 7 bed/9 bath
11269 E Moonlight Cyn
photo source: Zillow

The home at 11269 E Moonlight Cyn is not completed yet, though it has been listed for $21.5 million. It’s slated to be ready for its new owner by 2024, all 11,530 sqft of it.

This house is nestled in the foothills of the McDowell Mountains, featuring a panoramic view of nature and of the city lights of Scottsdale, Arizona. The property is 3.6 acres across. The photos currently up are an artist’s rendering but should reflect the finished house when it arrives on the market.

Did you know?

11269 E Moonlight Cyn is going to be a state-of-the-art home, fully automated. It will be integrated with a Sonos Surround Sound entertainment system.

8. 3165 E Broadway Rd

Price: $21,600,000
Size: 50,580 sqft
City: Mesa
Rooms: 108 bed/72 bath
3165 E Broadway Rd
photo source: Zillow

The enormous 50,580-sqft structure at 3165 E Broadway Rd is a multi-family structure in the Village Crossing, a Luxury Townhome Community in Mesa, Arizona. It contains 108 bedrooms, fit for 25-50 families depending on their needs. The units are all open floor plan models with premium kitchens, quartz counters, private patios, and stainless-steel appliances.

Each townhome in the property is 1,405 sqft and contains 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms each. Owning this structure, presumably to become the landlord of its numerous estates, will cost $21,600,000.

Did you know?

The structure also features 72 garage spaces. It was completed in 2022 and immediately went up for sale on Zillow.

7. 6044 N 44th Pl

Price: $22,500,000
Size: 10,656 sqft
City: Scottsdale
Rooms: 7 bed/9 bath
6044 N 44th Pl
photo source: Zillow

The hilltop estate at 6044 N 44th Pl is 10,656 sqft in size, with 7 beds and 9 baths. It offers 360-degree views of the surrounding mountains with glass facades in its enormous living room. Throughout the house, fixtures of marble and slab granite accentuate its interior with resort-like finishes.

Even the doors to the house are stunning, made from 10 feet of burled redwood. Masonry columns throughout give the house the impression of a mountain palace. It has a 500-bottle wine pantry, 2 fire pits, a tiled pool pond, spa, and more.

The house is listed for $21.6 million.

Did you know?

This house was built in 1996, making it one of the oldest properties on this list, most of which are recently completed mansion-style properties. The plot is 1.62 acres across.

6. 5953 N Yucca Rd

Price: $24,000,000
Size: 16,844 sqft
City: Paradise Valley
Rooms: 6 bed/8 bath
5953 N Yucca Rd
photo source: Zillow

The 6-bed, 8-bath home at 5953 N Yucca Rd is a $24 million estate on a 4.4-acre property that’s ideal for outdoors enthusiasts. The property includes two entry gates, multiple tennis courts, a negative edge infinity pool, a spa, and other therapy and treatment amenities.

Inside you will find not only 4 luxurious master suites but also multiple living rooms, a gym, a sauna, a movie theater, and even a private bowling alley. The house is on the market for $24,000,000.

Did you know?

5953 N Yucca Rd was designed by CP Drewett with finishing touches by the interior designer, Claire Ownby. Ownby Design out of Scottsdale, Arizona prides itself on designing with a balance between minimalistic structures and lavish amenities.

5. 11235 E Wingspan Way

Price: $24,220,000
Size: 11,556 sqft
City: Scottsdale
Rooms: 6 bed/9 bath
11235 E Wingspan Way
photo source: Zillow

The house at 1125 E Wingspan Way is 11,556 sqft on a large property of 4.67 acres. It has 6 beds and 9 baths as well as garage space for 5 cars. The house was completed in 2021 by Salcito Custom Homes in Silverleaf, Arizona’s most exclusive housing community.

Even in that community, this house is in an exclusive area known as the Upper Canyon Summit. At the end of a long, gated driveway stands this European oak wood home, complete with hand-blown glass fixtures, custom art and draperies, and a fireplace carved from Breche De Vendome marble.

The house is on the market for $24,220,000.

Did you know?

The house contains many designer features including a spacious foyer, catering kitchen, wine room, breakfast nook, guest rooms, owner’s retreat, craft room, and more. Everywhere you look is a glass chandelier, matte white fixture, marble floor, oakwood furnishing, marble mantle, or custom piece of art.

4. 27780 W Ox Ranch Road

Price: $25,000,000
Size: 2,328 sqft
City: Congress
Rooms: 5 bed/4 bath
27780 W Ox Ranch Road
photo source: Sothebys Reality

You may notice the property located at 27780 W Ox Ranch Road, known appropriately as The Ox Ranch, is small in terms of square footage. The 2,368-sqft home is not why this address costs $25,000,000 to own – it’s the over 95,000 acres surrounding it.

Of these, 2,292 are deeded, 52,567 are leased by the state, and 10,492 are leased to private enterprises. Lastly, 27,980 acres are the portion of the property known as Little Horse and are leased to the Forest Service. Among Arizona’s desert ranches, this one may be the finest, located 3,000 ft. above sea level, sloping up into the Weaver Mountains.

Did you know?

The property contains many wonders, including not only the mountains at 6,000 ft. above sea level but also three perennial streams that converge on a spring. This gives the property its own source of amazing freshwater for the entire ranch.

3. 20958 N 112th St

Price: $28,000,000
Size: 13,617 sqft
City: Scottsdale
Rooms: 7 bed/8 bath
20958 N 112th St
photo source: Zillow

20958 N 112th St is in Scottsdale, Arizona, situated on 1.88 acres of land. It was built in 2022 and currently commands a listing price of $28,00,000.

The house known as The Aerie was built into the McDowell Mountains in the sparse, exclusive community of Silverleaf, Arizona. Eric Peterson designed the house for PHX Architecture, including a great hall, designer kitchen, master wing, and custom entertainment area.

The house advertises that a prospective buyer still has time to make finishing style touches if they act soon.

Did you know?

The Silverleaf Community is a private, gated, and guarded neighborhood in Arizona with private parks and tree-lined streets. The Silverleaf Club at its center is known for its clubhouse, spa, and par 72 golf course designed by Tom Weiskopf.

2. 7265 N 40th St

Price: $30,600,000
Size: 18,000 sqft
City: Phoenix
Rooms: 5 bed/7 bath
7265 N 40th St
photo source: Zillow

In Crown Canyon in Phoenix, Arizona, 7265 N 40th St is known as Amethyst, a showy 18,000-sqft property with a ton of amazing features. The terrain of the house is built into the hills, with terraces, walled pools, and numerous fire features creating a breathtaking scene.

The house has been built in a way that allows a 270-degree view of the mountains from the property, namely Piestewa Peak and Camelback Mountain. The 10-car garage shows off your best pieces against that breathtaking view. The custom-designed mansion has 5 beds and 7 baths and is currently for sale for $30.6 million.

Did you know?

Camelback Mountain and Piestewa Peak are both the #1 and #2 highest points in the Phoenix Mountains. Piestewa Peak was named after Lori Ann Piestewa, the first Native American woman to die in active service in the U.S. military.

1. 20568 N 112th St

Price: $32,000,000
Size: 17,267 sqft
City: Scottsdale
Rooms: 7 bed/10 bath
20568 N 112th St
photo source: Zillow

The most expensive house in Arizona is 20568 N 112th St. This house is 17,267 sqft on a 2.07-acre plot. This custom-built estate, called Ellington Heights after the jazz musician, Duke Ellington, is a work of deco art. That’s the movement that defined the American 1920s, with its hard angles, overlapping planes, and walls of glass.

The prairie-style home was designed by CP Drewett on the outside, with interior designs by Claire Ownby. The home includes not only exquisite materials on the inside but also 9,000 sqft of luxury covered outdoor space to use this house like a true palace.

Ellington Heights is currently for sale for $32,000,000.

Did you know?

The home also has a 90-foot lap pool, spa, putting green, and a ton of outdoor limestone and clay construction built right into the hills. The kitchen, exercise room, 20-car garage, infrared sauna, glass catwalk, guest house, plunge pool, and steam shower are all built with the highest standards in mind.


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