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Significant Sale ~ $2,275,000 by Cheryl Anderson and Jeff Anderson

Luxury real estate experts Cheryl Anderson and Jeff Anderson of the Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Camelback Tower office sell Paradise Valley home for $2,275,000.

The 6 bedroom, 6.5 bathroom home occupies a sprawling 2 acre lot tucked into a quiet PV cul de sac.  Originally built in 1951, and named after the original owner’s favorite quarter horse, “Starlight,” Rancho Lucero is an authentic Spanish influenced adobe.  The home encompasses lush grounds and offers an understated street presence, private entry courtyard and intricate architectural detailing.  The oversized master suite features rich, wide plank hardwood floors, intimate private patio, kiva fireplace and fully remodeled master bath.  The home also offers a fully remodeled kitchen, a guest house, four stall horse barn & arena, and 3 car garage.

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