Danley, Jacobson represent buyer in record home sale

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Posted 12/5/19

Realtors Walt Danley and Catherine Jacobson of Walt Danley Christie’s International Real Estate represented the buyer in the purchase of a $19.25 million estate in Paradise Valley, notably the highest-priced home sale in Arizona history.

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Danley, Jacobson represent buyer in record home sale

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Realtors Walt Danley and Catherine Jacobson of Walt Danley Christie’s International Real Estate represented the buyer in the purchase of a $19.25 million estate in Paradise Valley, notably the highest-priced home sale in Arizona history.

Mr. Danley started his real estate career in Paradise Valley over 40 years ago and has consistently placed among the top one percent of real estate agents in the U.S., a release claims.

While the buyer prefers to maintain discretion, Mr. Danley shares that key highlights of the 28,043 square-foot sprawling mansion that attracted the buyer’s interest in the property included a state-of-the-art indoor basketball arena, to majestic views of Camelback Mountain.

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