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The most expensive home in Arizona listed for $35.000.000

When a house is known by the name Villa Paradiso, you really expect to enter heaven on Earth as you open its gate and this extravagant estate worth $35.000.000 does justice to its name. It’s currently looking for a new owner and if it sells at the listing price, it would become the most expensive house ever sold in Arizona. It’s a home worthy of a multimillionaire and you could become one in the next Powerball drawing – play now to snatch $189.000.000!

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The opulent 30.000 square-foot mansion was built between 2000 and 2005 by New York hedge-fund executive Robert Sussman, who recently decided to move to California to be closer to his family. The villa sits surrounded by lush palm trees on 12 acres of land in Paradise Valley and offers beautiful views of Camelback Mountain, the McDowell Mountains, and Four Peaks. 

most expensive home in arizona

If you’re more into lavish interiors, you’ll be happy to hear that the Villa Paradiso is a thing of beauty inside out. The first thing you’ll notice after you come inside is a hotel-style lobby graced with a coffered dome ceiling and sweeping twin staircases. Everything just keeps getting better from that point on – its beautiful master wing includes a sitting room, office, spa bathroom, hair salon, kitchenette, and private terraces.

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If this wasn’t enough to impress you, the list of amenities goes on – the estate comes with a 12-car garage, a movie theatre decorated with a James Bond theme, indoor basketball court with an electronic scoreboard and skybox for viewing, two elevators, the main swimming pool with his-and-hers pool houses and an infinity pool in the guest house. One of its highlight is also the art gallery, set up with a museum-quality wire suspension hanging system for ease of display.

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