Michael Phelps sells Paradise Valley residence for $3.5 million

A few obvious buyers have bought or sole million-dollar homes in metro Phoenix over the past month. 

Cindy McCain, a widow of Sen. John McCain, purchased a $2.28 million home in north-central Phoenix. And Arizona Diamondbacks’ third baseman Jake Lamb paid $2.8 million for a home in a Phoenix/Scottsdale Arcadia neighborhood.  

The latest is swimming legend, Michael Phelps. He has sole his Paradise Valley home for $3.5 million.

But a Olympic bullion medalist isn’t relocating divided from metro Phoenix. 

Phelps paid $2.52 million for a posh house, with frail white décor and views of Camelback Mountain, in late 2015 before winning his 28th Olympic award in Rio.

The 6,010-square-foot residence has 5 bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, and, of course, a good swimming pool.

A Nevada residence called Allegro Ventures led by Leo Frey paid money for a home, according to open real-estate annals filed Tuesday.

Phelps and his mother Nicole indispensable some-more space. The couple’s second son was innate in February.

Property and residence annals uncover a organisation inventory Phelps’ residence from a home purchased in 2015 bought a 10,000-square-foot palace in Paradise Valley for $6.175 million in March.

That’s about 3 months before they listed their initial Paradise Valley home.

The couple’s new home isn’t distant from their aged one and came with 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, an eight-car garage, dual outside fireplaces and a “huge” practice room with a potion wall.

Cindy McCain’s residence purchase

The Cindy Hensley McCain Family Trust paid $2.28 million for a 5,000-square-foot residence not distant from an estate a integrate sole a decade ago, according to open real-estate records.

The French country-style home has 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, marble floors, dual washing bedrooms and a vast backyard with a gazebo.

In 2008, as John McCain done his second presidential run, a integrate sole an roughly 14,500-square-foot residence on dual acres nearby Central and Glendale avenues for $3.2 million.

In 2007, a McCains changed into a new condominium during 24th Street and Camelback Road, nearby a Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix. That condo doesn’t seem to be for sale, according to genuine estate listings.

Cindy McCain is president of a residence and infancy owners during Hensley Beverage Co., a purpose she took over when her father and association owner Jim Hensley died in 2000. 

Jake Lamb’s new house

Lamb, regulating his full name Jacob, paid $2.795 million for a “modern farmhouse” in a renouned Arcadia neighborhood, open genuine estate annals show.

His signature on a debt papers for a 5,000-square-foot residence with a outrageous diversion room matches a designation on his signature Jake Lamb bat.

The 28-year-old Lamb had medicine to correct his fraying rotator slap in August.

Early this year, Lamb’s teammate, roommate and landlord Archie Bradley joked that he designed to lift his friend’s rent, according to Yahoo Sports. That fun came after Lamb’s income with a Diamondbacks jumped from $573,000 to $4.275 million.

Lamb’s new residence has 5 bedrooms, all with their possess bathrooms, so he has copiousness of room for his teammates to lease from him now.

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