Take a Peek at Arizona’s Largest, Most Stunning Mansion
- 52,000 Square Feet of Living Space
- 14 Bedrooms, 23 Bathrooms
- 3 Fireplaces
- 14 foot Olympic Size Pool
- Racquetball Courts
- 365 degree views
Dreaming Big in Arizona
Let's imagine big: where would you live if price was not an issue? With unlimited funds, it's not hard to envision living anywhere but in Arizona. You just can't beat the great weather and beautiful scenery.
If money was not an object, it's not hard to imagine living in this incredible mansion in Paradise Valley.
Located at 6112 North Paradise View Drive in Paradise Valley, just outside of Phoenix, this property is hard to wrap your mind around.
Originally built in 1967 for Penzoil heir Walter McCune, this stunning property has over 52,000 square feet of livable space! This mansion is the largest single-family dwelling in the entire state.
Imagine having 14 bedrooms and 23 baths, a beautiful, Olympic-sized swimming pool, spa, and even a racquetball court. And you wouldn't believe the kitchen! I could live in the kitchen alone.
Paradise in Paradise Valley
The mansion is built on a hill overlooking the valley on almost 6 acres. In this location, you can see for miles in all directions. With the 360-degree view, you can see Camelback Mountain, the Phoenix Moutain Preserve, and South Mountain.
The home became known as the McCune Mansion. When it was built, they spared no expense. The stonework found around the whole property is native to Arizona. They also used imported marble and an amethyst stone fireplace.
Would you believe it? There's a guardhouse AND a gatehouse. There's even a movie theatre and a ballroom. And I haven't mentioned the 2,900-square-foot guest house.
Maybe I'll Hit the Lottery!
Unless I hit the lottery and figure out a powerful investment strategy, I may never even get a chance to set foot inside this amazing home. If you happen to have a cool $16,000,000 lying around, this home could be yours!
For now, it's just a dream, but you never know! Maybe this is in your future?
LOOK: Here is the richest town in each state
Gallery Credit: Meagan Drillinger
LOOK: Controversial songs from the year you were born
Gallery Credit: Stacker