Long Realty Company once again seals its reputation as a powerhouse in luxury-home sales in the Tucson market. $4,063,564 sets the new record as the highest priced home sold in the last 14 years. The property, located in Ventana Canyon Mountain Estates at 6780 E Resort View Place, closed on June 15, represented by Long Realty agents, listing agent Leslie Heros and selling agent George Palmer. This is the 11th home to sell over $3 million in 2021.
The sophisticated seven-bedroom, eight-bath property, showcases a low-maintenance yet “exquisite desert-inspired design” of masonry construction, steel roof, and natural stone, overlooking Tucson while snug within the mountains of Ventana Canyon with incredible panoramic views. The immense 11,539 sq. ft. property, rests on land valued well over $1 million itself.
Both agents are seasoned veterans of the Tucson luxury market: Heros, licensed since 2005 sells more than 70 homes a year, a proud member of Long Realty Luxury Alliance group and the 1926 Circle of Excellence – Platinum for 2021 ranked in the top 3% of REALTORS® nationwide. Palmer, licensed since 1986 and an associate broker with Long Realty since 1989, is a member of the Director’s Circle ranking in the top 17% of REALTORS® nationwide.
Heros herself couldn’t be happier for the sale: “This is so exciting for Tucson to have a home sold for over $4 million,” she says, noting “shifts in the market, like people wanting more space this last year and Tucson becoming increasingly more enticing to people—as it deserves” as major contributing factors to the successful closing. “We are grateful for the support of the community—both within Long Realty and Tucson—and all the new people who have discovered our gem of a city over the last year.”
Palmer agrees: “The limited inventory in the luxury market made it difficult to find just the right home for my clients. After viewing many foothills homes, my colleague (Heros) put the perfect home for my friends on the market in Ventana Canyon. The transaction was very smooth as all parties… worked seamlessly together to complete the sale.”