Glittering estate shatters record with its sale in Arizona desert. See why it sparkles

A gem hidden away in the Arizona desert has managed to break a real estate record for the city of Mesa.

This five-bedroom, nine-bathroom home boasts more than 8,500 square feet of luxury and has sold for a whopping $6 million, setting a new record for the highest-priced home ever sold in Mesa, a news release from Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty says.

Pool area
Pool area

“Situated in the prestigious Diamond Point community in Las Sendas, the magnificent residence was built in 2021 and offers 1.39 acres bordering the Tonto National Forest,” the news release says.

“Designed to cater to both entertainment and multi-generational living, this estate stands as a testament to grandeur and sophistication.”

Features of the home include:

  • Private drive

  • Seven-car garage

  • Guest house

  • Infinite-edge pool

  • Basement

  • Breakfast bar

  • Children’s play area and gym

  • Sauna room

  • Great room

  • Library

  • Full house intercom

  • Wet bar

“It was truly an honor to represent this exquisite property and to be setting a new record for the entire city of Mesa and the Las Sendas community is equally exciting,” listing agent Cindi DeWine said in the release.

Mesa is about 20 miles southeast of Phoenix.

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