Paradise Valley mansion with six laundry rooms sells for $13.3M

House with views of Camelback Mountain closes after 21 days on the market

Paradise Valley Pad With Six Laundry Rooms Sells for $13.3M

A photo illustration of Toby Thomas and 6821 North 46th Street in Paradise Valley (Getty, LinkedIn, Google Maps)

How do you quickly sell an 11,000-square-foot mansion in Paradise Valley, Arizona’s richest town? Put a laundry room for each of its six bedrooms.

A limited liability company known as Premier North plunked down $13.3 million for the 3.2-acre estate primed for a half-dozen washer-dryers at 6821 North 46th Street, AZcentral reported. The sellers were Toby and Jennifer Thomas.

The six-bedroom, 10-bathroom mansion comes with a full-size laundry room accompanying every bedroom, a media room and an 11-car garage.

The home has 30-foot living room ceilings, Carrara marble and black granite floors, a paneled library and a master bedroom with a two-way fireplace

Behind the red-tiled, white single-story home, built in 1999, is an L-shaped pool, kitchen, cabana, lounge area and a tennis court. It has views of nearby Camelback Mountain.

The Thomases bought the property in late 2021 for $5.4 million in cash. Toby Thomas is president of Austin Electric Services, based in Paradise Valley.

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The couple poured in $4 million to remodel the home inside and out, Greg Hidder of Launch Powered By Compass and the Compass Sports and Entertainment Division, told AZcentral. He shared the listing with Lauren Hidder.

It’s not clear if they stuffed extra insulation around the bedroom laundry rooms to shield against the sound of thumping tennis shoes.

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The house sold 21 days after it was put on the market. On average, it takes 80 days to sell a home in Paradise Valley, according to the news site run by the Arizona Republic.

Paradise Valley, east of Phoenix and north of Scottsdale, is Arizona’s priciest enclave. 

The median home price in the desert and mountain town was $2.62 million in the first quarter, down 13 percent from a year ago. In March, sellers cut prices for 15.1 percent of the 162 local homes seeking $5 million or more.

— Dana Bartholomew