Luxury homes: Canadian hockey pro sells $3.9M mansion with private putting green
Putting greens, 100-year-old imported ceiling beams and guest casitas are among the luxurious features in this week's most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix.
$3,900,000Mike Smith, Canadian professional ice hockey goalie for the Calgary Flames, and his wife, Brigitte, sold this Santa Fe-style mansion in Scottsdale's coveted Silverleaf in DC Ranch. The 6,027-square-foot custom home has five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms and sits on a lush lot. The home is fitted with stone accents, reclaimed Chicago brick and rustic metal throughout. The home has an open floor plan with huge windows and... read more
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