Guest houses, sport courts and five-car garages are among the luxurious features in this week's priciest home sales in metro Phoenix.

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Bryan Mitchell and his wife Dana paid through their trust for this 9,550-square-foot Paradise Valley home in Collice Portnoff Estates.(Photo: StreetScout.com)

Guest houses, sport courts and five-car garages are among the luxurious features in this week's priciest home sales in metro Phoenix.

David McHale, executive vice president of Northeast Utilities, and his wife, Shannon, purchased this mansion in Scottsdale's Mirabel Club community. The 6,387-square-foot contemporary-style mansion has four bedrooms, six baths and sits on the 17th fairway of the Mirabel Golf Club golf course. The designer kitchen is a chef's dream, with Bulthaup custom cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops and top of the line Miele stainless steel appliances. The house is fitted with luxury sliding pocket doors and three Basalt linear fireplaces. The master bath is reminiscent of a private spa, with European-style dual rain shower. The expansive patio comes with a master grill station, overlooking the negative-edge heated pool and spa and views of the golf course and surrounding desert. William Kim and his wife, Sarah, sold the home.

Glenn DeStigter, former CEO and chairman of the Weitz Co., and his wife, Viola, purchased this Scottsdale mansion in Estancia. There are four bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms in the gated 7,191-square-foot estate. The custom home sits on the edge of the golf course. The chef's kitchen comes with a large island and vegetable sink, Sub-Zero & Wolf appliances, a wine fridge, butler's kitchen and walk-in pantry. The master suite boasts a custom fireplace and private patio. The master bath is equipped with both an indoor steam shower and private outdoor shower. A guest house is attached with its own bedroom, living room, bath and kitchen. The backyard is primed for entertaining, with a huge covered patio, fireplace, barbecue, negative-edge pool and spa. Kenneth Bobrow and Pamela Case sold the home.

Christopher Wilson and his wife, Ashley, purchased this mansion in Scottsdale's DC Ranch community. The 6,250-square-foot contemporary-style mansion has five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms, with surrounding views of McDowell Mountains. The home comes fitted with pocket doors throughout, as well as an oversize four-car garage, a home gym, a private sport court and an attached 1,124-square-foot guest house. The backyard has a beautiful infinity pool, large covered deck, sunken conversation deck with barbecue, TV, two-way fireplace and large grassy play area. The home was sold by MJ Ltd. LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company.

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Bryan Mitchell and his wife, Dana, paid through their trust for this 9,550-square-foot Paradise Valley home. This five-bedroom, 5½-bathroom Santa Barbara/Tuscan-style home features Italian Catania stone, European wood flooring and exposed wooden beams throughout. An attached guest villa with separate entrance comes fully appointed with living room, kitchen and a separate bedroom. The backyard features an ornate stone lap pool and private spa. FGG LLC, an Arizona limited-liability company, sold the home.

Christopher Robertson and his wife, Deborah, purchased this brand-new home in Paradise Valley at the foot of Mummy Mountain. The 5,200-square-foot custom Spanish colonial-style home has five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms. It comes with an attached one-bedroom, one-bathroom guest casita. The house is fitted with Spanish tile, iron and brass lighting and waterworks plumbing fixtures throughout. The house is primed for indoor/outdoor entertaining, with indoor and outdoor fireplaces and a private pool. The home was sold by Skapa Properties LLC, a real-estate development company in Phoenix.

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