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MOST EXPENSIVE HOMES SOLD

1. 21868 N. Balboa Drive

The most expensive home sold in Maricopa from Feb. 16 to March 15 was on the market for nearly a year but finally sold after dropping its asking price by more than $20,000. The two-story house sits next to The Duke at Rancho El Dorado and has views of three holes. It also sports nearly all of the amenities expected in Maricopa’s high-end homes, including a private swimming pool in an oasis of a back yard.

Sold: Feb. 24
Purchase price: $372,500
Square feet: 4,066
Price per square foot: $91.61
Days on market: 311
Builder: Hacienda
Year built: 2004
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2.5
Community: Rancho El Dorado
Features: Two stories on golf course with private pool, custom paint, granite counter tops, landscaped yard, built-in BBQ, swim-up bar, patio, RV gate
Seller’s agent: James Leonard, Tru Realty, LLC
Buyer’s agent: Robert H. Rowe, The Maricopa Real Estate Company

2. 22049 N. Balboa Drive, Rancho El Dorado, $315,000
3. 20931 N. Get Around Drive, Province, $312,000
4. 42604 W. Mallard Lane, Province, $293,000
5. 44022 W. Palo Abeto Drive, Palo Brea, $274,500


This article appears in the April issue of InMaricopa.

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1. 42466 W. Blue Suede Shoes Lane

The most expensive home sold in Maricopa Jan. 16-Feb. 15 was a 12-year-old house in the adult community of Province, where it sits next to a man-made lake. It sold for $19,000 under its asking price after having three attempted sales cancelled during the past three years. The home is on one level and includes a fireplace inside and a built-in barbecue outside.

Sold: Feb. 13
Purchase price: $330,000
Square feet: 2,598
Price per square foot: $127.02
Days on market: 109
Builder: Engle
Year built: 2005
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3.5
Community: Province
Features: Waterfront property with gated courtyard and guest casita, lots of upgrades and natural lighting
Seller’s agent: Debra K. Johnson, Cactus Mountain Properties
Buyer’s agent: Herbert Budwig, Realty ONE Group

2. 42293 W. Good Vibrations Lane, Province, $317,500
3. 42138 W. Baccarat Drive, Province, $300,000
4. 43228 W. Knauss Drive, The Villages at Rancho El Dorado, $295,000
5. 40430 W. Parkhill Drive, Rancho El Dorado, $267,500


This article appears in the March issue of InMaricopa.

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The most expensive home sold in Maricopa Sept. 16-Oct. 15 is a luxury house in Province. Its selling price of $480,000 was $100,000 higher than the last time it sold four years ago but $19,900 under its asking price. The seller updated the kitchen, baths and flooring. The lot also came with a casita, pool, patio and three-car garage.

Sold: Oct. 8
Purchase price: $480,000
Square feet: 3,174
Price per square foot: $151.22
Days on market: 56
Builder: Engel Homes
Year built: 2006
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3.5
Community: Province
Features: Lakefront property with casita and private pool, master bedroom with bay windows, professionally decorated, upgraded appliances and flooring
Seller’s agent: Loretta Milkey, The Maricopa Real Estate Company
Buyer’s agent: Kerry Jackson, United Brokers Group


This item appears in the November issue of InMaricopa.

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A five-bedroom home in Rancho El Dorado was the most expensive home sold in Maricopa from mid-July to mid-August.

The most expensive home sold in Maricopa between July 16 and Aug. 14 is a two-story house that went for $360,000, about $25,000 under its asking price. A lot of work went into a luxury backyard that includes a private swimming pool, swim-up bar, playground, sport court and a ramada with an outdoor kitchen.

43204 W. Oakland Court

Date sold: Aug. 3
Purchase price: $360,000
Square feet: 3,274
Price per square foot: $109.95
Days on market: 69
Builder: Engle
Year built: 2002
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 3
Community: Rancho El Dorado
Features: Swimming pool, playground, outdoor kitchen, lots of upgrades inside, front patio, spiral staircase.
Seller’s agent: Pam J. Rives, HomeSmart
Buyer’s agent: Timothy A. Moe, West USA Realty


This article appears in the September issue of InMaricopa.

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A Glennwilde home was the most expensive home sold in Maricopa last month.

41902 W. Almira Drive

The most expensive home sold April 16 through May 15 was in Glennwilde Silver Oaks. The three-bedroom home sold for $285,000. It has a private, salt water pool on a 9,000-square-foot lot. It was on the market 106 days, listed at $299,000, and fetched a price 5.2 percent higher than its last sale in 2013.

Date sold: May 4
Purchase price: $285,000
Square feet: 3,047
Price per square foot: $93.53
Days on market: 106
Builder: Morrison
Year built: 2007
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5
Community: Glennwilde
Features: Upgrades throughout, private pool, three-car garage, two pantries, extended kitchen, large master suite, bonus room
Seller’s agent: Jennifer Bingham, Realty ONE Group
Buyer’s agent: Jennifer Bingham, Realty ONE Group


This item appeared in the June issue of InMaricopa.

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Enchantment Pass in Province boasted last month's most expensive home sale. Photo by Dick Barkley

20877 N. Enchantment Pass

This waterfront property in Province sold for exactly the same price as it garnered two years ago – $380,000 – down from the asking price of $399,900. Started as a model home in 2003, it has a private pool on a cul-de-sac lot and professionally-selected furnishings and artwork.

Date sold: April 15
Purchase price: $380,000
Square feet: 2,635
Price per square foot: $144.21
Days on market: 20
Builder: Engle
Built: 2003
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2.5
Community: Province
Features: Heated pool, professionally decorated interior, patio, two-car garage, multiple ovens, two master baths, gas appliances
Seller’s agent: Steve Murray, The Maricopa Real Estate Company
Buyer’s agent: Kathryn Williams, United Brokers Group


This item appeared in the May issue of InMaricopa.