Arizona’s Supersized McCune Mansion Asks $16 Million

As if the nearly 6 acres of hilltop offering 360-degree views of Camelback Mountain, the Praying Monk rock formation, the Phoenix Mountain Preserve and South Mountain weren’t enough to make this Arizona estate a standout, there’s much more.

For starters, there’s the history. The McCune Mansion in Paradise Valley takes its name from Pennzoil heir Walker McCune, for whom the estate was built in 1967. He would die before completion.

But it’s the size that is perhaps most awe-inspiring. The multistory monolith has 52,000 square feet of living space – once earning it a ranking as the 13th largest home in the U.S.

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