$2.7M Scottsdale home has climate-controlled garage


Courtyards, an outdoor kitchen and a putting green are among the luxury features in some of this week’s most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.

Among the buyers: A commercial bank executive, a retired pharmacist and a Scottsdale travel agency CEO.


Retired pharmacist Lanny Lahr and his wife, Marlene, used a family trust to purchase an estate with Camelback Mountain views in Paradise Valley’s Invergordon Manor community.

The 6,209-square-foot contemporary-style house has four bedrooms and five bathrooms. The property was built in 2019 and includes a four-car garage.

Cameldale Land, LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the home.


Phil Cox, chief operations officer of Silicon Valley Bank based in Santa Clara, California, and his wife, Nichola, purchased a corner lot mansion in Phoenix’s Edgewood Estates subdivision.

Silicon Valley Bank announced plans last fall to hire an additional 300 employees over the next three years at its Tempe location.

An Arizona limited liability company named AZlNY22, LLC sold the property. The 7,007-square-foot custom home has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a three-car garage.


Rakesha Mehta and Simran Singh used a trust to purchase an Arcadia-area estate with an outdoor kitchen in Phoenix’s Del Ray Estates subdivision.

The 5,764-square-foot home comes with a cozy front courtyard, exposed brick exterior/interior accents and a restaurant-style wet bar that features custom millwork. The house has five bedrooms and six bathrooms.

The property was sold by Jon A. Grove, Alison and Jon K. Grove.


Tanveer and Sheba Shah purchased this $3.18M estate in Scottsdale. It has a glass-enclosed wine display. Robert and Linda Bradley were the sellers. (Photo: Courtesy of Jonathan Mirmelli / Realty Executives)

Tanveer and Sheba Shah purchased this Santa Barbara/Tuscan-style mansion with a front courtyard in Scottsdale.

The six-bedroom mansion has wood-beamed ceilings, a glass-enclosed wine display and custom finishing throughout the home. A formal dining area and guest quarters with a separate entrance are included in the 6,321-square-foot-residence.

Grounds of the estate feature a pool, putting green and an RV garage.

Robert and Linda Bradley sold the home.


Mike Nelson, CEO of International Cruise & Excursions in Scottsdale, and his wife Jody, paid cash for a modern farmhouse-style estate in Scottsdale’s Hidden Village 12 subdivision. 

The five-bedroom residence features exposed brick walls, contemporary light fixtures and a gourmet kitchen with a walk-in pantry. The home comes with a pool and a climate-controlled 3-car garage.

Pamela and James Anderson, trustees of the Anderson living trust, sold the home.

.Researched by Ebony Day of The Arizona Republic and The Information Market.

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