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Paradise Valley estate near Camelback Country Club sells for $2.83M

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House with skylights in Paradise Valley’s Camelback Country Club Estates II community sold for $2.83M / Arizonaliving.com

By Ebony Day | Arizona Republic

Courtyards, beamed ceilings and stone flooring are among the luxurious features in some of this week’s most expensive home sales in metro Phoenix. Among the buyers and sellers: an auto repair company president, a media executive and an interior design firm owner.

$3,300,000

Chris Greulich and Matthew Boland used a trust to purchase a mansion with a front courtyard in Paradise Valley’s Arroyo Heights community. Boland is the president and owner of MMB Studio Inc., an interior design firm based in Scottsdale. Greulich is the president of Greulich’s Auto Repair, a family-owned automotive service and repair shop with locations throughout the Valley. 

Positioned on a cul-de-sac lot, the open floor plan home has four bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms and features modern contemporary design accents that include concrete block masonry, exposed steel beams and stone flooring.

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