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Old 05-22-2010, 11:51 AM
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I recently saw this show (a 2004 episode) and they showed a beautiful home (which was priced just over a million back then) without giving the area. They said it was on a private golf course. Anyone have any idea where the house is/was? Thanks!
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Old 05-22-2010, 06:15 PM
 
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I looked around online, and that a couple named Margo Wallace and Dennis Donahue were featured on this episode, so I headed over to the Maricopa County Recorder and found a few records with these names, they seem to own many houses in Scottsdale, but with some research I found that the house you were most likely referring to is at 10238 E White Feather Lane in Scottsdale. The map shows it being right on a golf course.

10238 E White Feather Lane Scottsdale , AZ - Google Maps

Here is a link to the deed I used to find the address: Maricopa County Recorder

I am pretty sure this is the place
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Old 05-23-2010, 01:31 AM
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Wow, that's amazing! That IS the place they bought but the house and area I'm interested in, is the one they didn't buy - it was the third house they saw in the episode and over their budget at $1,000,000+. They were shown with a real estate developer showing them a map of the community - the only "clue" to its location was that it was on a private golf course. The house was gorgeous, Santa Fe style and 2 stories with patios and balconies all around, overlooking a golf course. Of course I'm wondering if the price for that area has come down now - and if any similar houses are available.. or that one!
P.S. I'm surprised the couple are still married - they were newlyweds in the episode and she spent the whole time nagging and needling him about his weight!
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Old 05-23-2010, 04:00 PM
 
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following Karma's lead, I went to the county assessor site and found that they paid $455K in late 2003 for this place....it's 2500 sq. ft. built in 2004 (must have been built new when they bought)....their mailing address is/was Monterey, CA....a similar plan in the same development sold for $350K a few months ago
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