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Darren Tackett, Founder of The Tackett Team with RE/MAX Fine Properties, sells Altitude at Silverleaf for $28.1M, setting record for most expensive home sold in Arizona

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA (June 2, 2022) – The record for the most expensive home sold in Arizona didn’t stand for long. Fidelity National Title Agency is pleased to announce it helped close on a $28.1 million mansion at 21264 N. 113th Place in Scottsdale.

Built by Scottsdale-based Mast Luxury Homes on 4.6 acres, the 21,150 SF residence boasts eight bedrooms, two elevators, 12 full baths and six half baths. Scottsdale luxury realtor Darren Tackett, founder of The Tackett Team with RE/MAX Fine Properties, represented the seller in the transaction.

“There was no shortage of attention for this gorgeous property,” Tackett said. “The property was only on the market for 28 days, which is common for non-luxury listings but unheard of for a property in this price range. The demand for luxury living continues to be much higher than what is currently available so one-of-a-kind properties like these are selling quicker than ever.”

The sale surpasses the $24.1 million price tag of Wingspan within Silverleaf at DC Ranch that sold in 2020. The sale also surpasses the $21 million price tag of a mansion in the Cameldale neighborhood in Paradise Valley earlier this year.

“We are humbled to be part of this notable sale. It is such an honor to have experienced professional partners like Darren who have the confidence in our highly skilled escrow team to handle transactions of this magnitude because the coordination of all the players and attention to detail is critical. When closing escrow with Fidelity all parties have the assurance knowing our financial strength keeps their money protected,”

said Diane Day, President/ County Manager Fidelity National Title Agency.

The Scottsdale estate, Altitude at Silverleaf, was constructed in 2021 by Mast Luxury Homes. Located on the most prominent peak in the prestigious Summit at Silverleaf community and sitting on nearly 5 acres, city and desert views abound from every interior room and generous outdoor space.

The privately gated, circular driveway provides a resort-style welcome that leads to a stunning mountain backdrop, complete with an elevated, covered viewing tower to fully take in the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.

Once inside, high ceilings give way to three levels of remarkable finishes, including extensive use of imported natural stone with a special focus on marble and natural quartzite and a five-natural stone fireplace.

The Dale Gardon-designed home is a space fit for hosting the grandest of gatherings, with an open floor plan meant for mingling. The spacious, custom entryway wine bar shines as a bright and unique welcoming point into the eight ensuite bedrooms, The 12 full and six half baths have easy elevator access between each floor. Natural light pours beautifully into the kitchen, with Subzero/Wolf appliances, including a Wolf Convection Steam Oven and 60-inch Wolf Range with two ovens, ideal for entertaining large parties year-round.

The double islands are topped with the finest Quarzo Iceberg Natural Quartzite imported from Italy and equipped with warm under-lighting to enhance the inviting environment. Remarkable modern lighting fixtures float above the breakfast and coffee bar and serve as stylish art pieces of their own throughout this Control4 smart home.

Opulent comfort is the theme in every room and is especially found in the exercise room with its steam shower and the yoga/art room with panoramic views. The card and game room offers endless opportunities for enjoyment, with two Subzero wine columns waiting for a collection fit to age and share throughout the years.

For those seeking a retreat into their favorite films, the theater with a 4K projector and professional sound system makes going to the movies as simple as dimming the lights at home and sitting back with the family.

The primary suite is yet another stunning escape, with his and hers walk-in closets and an ensuite bathroom befitting the finest hotels in Europe. Italian-imported Calcutta gold marble adorns the primary bath, which also includes double-sinks, a bidet, and his and hers water closets.

The office is the perfect quiet space to engage the mind, with spectacular inlaid walnut ceilings and a powder room for easy access throughout the day. In addition to providing a resplendent place for anyone to call home, this estate is also outfitted with multiple spacious and luxurious guest quarters.

The guest casita ensures true privacy, with its own full kitchen and two ensuite bedrooms. There are also separate “in-law” quarters with a full kitchen and ensuite bedroom, so the entire extended family can gather on a vacation of their own.

When it comes time to bring everyone together, there is no better space than the family room, which boasts accordion folding windows overlooking the palatial pool deck. With Scottsdale known for year-round outdoor living, this home was built with that splendid lifestyle always in mind.

Three outdoor fire pits overlook the City of Scottsdale, and even as far as the iconic Camelback Mountain in Phoenix. The two built-in grills make for the perfect opportunity to show off new and classic recipes to gatherings large and small, and everyone will surely feel pampered at the infinity-edge pool with its cool, clear waters and delicate fountain features.

This is also a collector car lover’s paradise, with the temperature-controlled 12-car garage and its own separate full bathroom offering a grand space in which to house the most precious of vehicles.

This is truly the finest of neighborhoods in the Valley. Beyond the private gates of this estate are some of the best opportunities for dining, shopping, and taking in scenic views within only a few miles. It is approximately 20 minutes from Scottsdale Airpark and just a quick drive down the Loop 101 to the art galleries and shops in Old Town Scottsdale.

The Silverleaf community includes its own astonishing amenities and is particularly well-known for its extensive biking and walking paths, and a Tom Weiskopf-designed golf course.

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