Photo by Kyle Norby

The most expensive home sold in Maricopa from July 16 through August 15 was a rare basement home with spacious master suite on main floor and a movie theater and two bedrooms on the bottom floor. With TLC needed in the backyard, it sold for $6,000 under its asking price. Though 14 years old, the home came with new carpet, new paint and a new water heater.

  1. 44563 W. Venture Lane, Cobblestone Farms

Sold: July 30
Purchase price: $351,000
Square footage: 3,866
Price per square foot: $90.79
Days on market: 140
Builder: Fulton
Year built: 2005
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3
Community: Cobblestone Farms
Features: Basement, gourmet kitchen, stainless steel appliances, split floor plan, main level bedroom with separate exit, three-car garage
Listing agent: George M. Haith, Coldwell Banker
Selling agent: Lori B. Hodgen, AZ Lane Realty

  1. 41911 W. Lucera Lane, Glennwilde …………………..…………………. $336,500
  2. 42336 W. Bravo Drive, Rancho El Dorado ….………………………… $324,900
  3. 42482 W. Almira Drive, Glennwilde ……………………………….……. $315,500
  4. 41182 W. Robbins Drive, Homestead North ….……………….……. $305,000

This item appears in the September issue of InMaricopa.

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