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Above: Villa Paradiso in Paradise Valley. The 30,858-square-foot mansion — designed by renowned architect and planner Vernon D. Swaback, an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright — features a grand rotunda with coffered dome ceilings, twin staircases with intricate railings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and multiple fireplaces. / AZBigMedia


$35M mansion, Randy Johnson’s house among properties being auctioned


Concierge Auctions has announced a prized upcoming lineup, featuring a collection of top-tier properties — including an incredible home owned by Major League Baseball legend Randy Johnson —  for its January Live Auction Sale in Arizona. Including some of the most expensive properties in the Grand Canyon State, five of the eight properties will sell without reserve to the highest bidders. Bidding will open digitally on January 29th via the Concierge Auctions online marketplace, conciergeauctions.com, which allows prospective buyers to participate in real-time from anywhere in the world. The sale will culminate at a live auction at The Phoenician, one of Scottsdale’s most luxurious resorts, on January 31st.

Featured properties in Concierge Auctions’ January Sale in Arizona include:


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