PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona property records have confirmed a Scottsdale mansion owned by a corporation tied to Sarah Palin recently sold for $6.2 million.
The Arizona Republic reports that the former Alaska governor and Republican vice-presidential candidate has used a Delaware-based company called Safari Investments to buy and sell homes in the Phoenix area since 2011.
Officials say the 7,660-square-foot (712-square-meter) home located in the Silverleaf neighborhood has four bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, a chef's kitchen, a negative edge pool, an elevator and a collector car garage.
The home built by Standing Rock Construction LLC was listed by Ryan Bailey and Patrick Bailey of Platinum Living Realty.
Property officials say Palin and her husband, Todd, paid about $1.8 million for a six-bedroom Scottsdale home in 2011, three years after campaigning as John McCain's vice-presidential nominee.
Officials say she sold the 7,900-square-foot (734-square-meter) mansion for about $2.3 million in 2016.