A 15,000-square-foot mansion with a 3,000-bottle wine cellar and 150,000-gallon lazy river in the heart of Paradise Valley can be yours for a cool $18 million.
The posh estate, named Bramasole, comes with seven bedrooms and 12 bathrooms and is situated on 4.5 acres next to Camelback Mountain.
It’s the third priciest home on the market in Arizona now. The two most expensive houses for sale — a larger mansion in the Silverleaf neighborhood of north Scottsdale’s DC Ranch and baseball Hall of Famer Randy Johnson’s estate in Paradise Valley — are listed for just under $20 million.
Bramasole is owned by Melissa and Craig Smith. He is chairman of Swiss America Trading Corp., a national investment firm specializing in U.S. gold and silver coins.
The home’s resort-style pool comes with a 30-foot waterslide as well as his-and-her locker rooms. For those who don’t want to get wet, there’s a volleyball court and putting green.
And there’s room for friends’ vehicles in the nine-car garage.