Sept. 25, 2007 05:03 PM
Two attorneys, a luxury home builder, a former president and chief operating officer of Phelps Dodge Corp., and the chief operating officer of PF Chang’s China Bistro are among the buyers and sellers in this week’s priciest home sales.$3,100,000
Bramasole LLC, a Colorado limited liability company whose agent is Matthew T. Gehrke, an attorney and partner with Eagle Custom Builders of Lakewood, Colo., purchased a 4,718-square-foot home with pool originally built in 1970 north of the Phoenician Golf Club in Paradise Valley. The home was sold by Samuel & Emily Fox.
$3,000,000 Arthur H. Ditto of Gig Harbor, Wash., as trustee of the Arthur H. Ditto Trust, purchased a 5,433-square-foot home with pool originally built in 1995 within the Los Caballeros Golf Club in Wickenburg.The home was sold by Reginald R. Badowski, as successor trustee of the Potter survivor’s trust. Reginald Badowski is a CPA in Wickenburg.
$3,000,000 Thomas R. Farino Jr. and his wife, Patricia, paid cash for a 5,902-square-foot home with pool originally built in 1997 near southern end of Troon-North Monument Golf Course in Scottsdale. Thomas Farino is an attorney in Jamesburg, N.J., who specializes in land use and zoning. The home was sold by Leonard R. Judd and Gloria D. Judd of Helena, Mont., as trustees of the Judd Revocable Trust. Leonard Judd served as president, chief operating officer and director of Phelps Dodge Corp.
$2,440,000 Richard K. Tasman bought a 5,074-square-foot home with pool originally built in 2001 at the southwestern edge of the Country Club at DC Ranch in Scottsdale. Rick Tasman is the chief operating officer of PF Chang’s China Bistro. The home was sold by Salvatore Fratantoni and Josephine Fratantoni, as trustees of the Fratantoni Family Trust.
$2,400,000 Edward Boyd Lane and Donna Mary Lane, as trustees of the Lane Living Trust, purchased a 6,724-square-foot home originally built in 1936 on the west edge of the Phoenix Country Club. Edward Lane is the founder of E.B. Lane Advertising and Public Relations in Phoenix. His son, Beau, is the current president and CEO of the company. The home was sold by Christine Burton.
Researched by John McLean and the Information Market.
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