$9 Million Luxury Estate Selling at Absolute Auction October 20, 2011

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Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired masterpiece in Paradise Valley, Arizona is being offered to the market for the first time by United Country Supreme Auctions Realty.

We are thrilled to offer this amazing, one-of-a-kind masterpiece to the public, it’s not every day you have the chance to own a home like this one.

If you own a one-of-a-kind contemporary home valued at $9 million and located in the luxuriously serene community of Paradise Valley, Ariz., real estate agents would be clamoring to put your piece of heaven on the market. But why settle for the traditional way? Offered for sale for the first time ever, this amazing retreat will only be available at Absolute Auction by United Country Supreme Auctions Realty on October 20, 2011, meaning the house sells that day, regardless of price. The sale of 5937 N La Colina Drive is being conducted in cooperation with referring broker Auction Systems Auctioneers & Appraisers Inc.

The alternative of luxury real estate auctions has gained traction in the real estate world in recent years. Software designer John McAfee and renowned celebrity Cher have sold their properties at auction because they believe in the transparent method of selling—both for the buyer and seller. Essentially, the buyers create the market on auction day and sellers know their property will sell at fair market value.

This unique home is perfect to be offered at absolute auction. The contemporary, modern feel complements the desert landscape with its mix of concrete, metal, and glass. Designed by Charles Schiffner, son-in-law of Frank Lloyd Wright, this home is a marvel of modern architecture. At approximately 10,000 square feet, the estate offers four bedrooms, 5 ½ baths, four-car garage, office, family room, wine cellar, game area, and home theatre. An in-home elevator transports you easily between floors, and a separate complete studio is ready to welcome guests. The home is just minutes from Phoenix, Ariz., in the exclusive suburb of Paradise Valley, which is nestled in between Piestewa Peak and Camelback Mountain.

This auction is being conducted by United Country Supreme Auctions Realty, the premier luxury property auction firm in the nation. Since its inception, the firm has sold real estate at auction in more than 70 countries. “We are thrilled to offer this amazing, one-of-a-kind masterpiece to the public,” said Maverick Commins, principal at United Country Supreme Auctions Realty. “We feel this property will attract bidders both domestically and around the globe due to its extraordinary architecture and location. It’s not every day you have the chance to own a home like this one.”

The auction of 5937 N La Colina Drive will be held live, on site, on October 20th. Attendance will be limited to registered bidders and their representatives. For more information, visit Supreme-Auctions.com or call 866-929-2243.

About United Country Supreme Auctions Realty
United Country Supreme Auctions Realty is the premier luxury real estate auction company in the United States, providing proprietary, accelerated marketing services for affluent sellers. The firm leads the auction industry with the latest in technology, systems, and experience to make sure your real estate auction experience is an exceptional one. They have the expertise, knowledge, and experience to develop and implement targeted marketing campaigns for each unique and individual auction property.

About Auction Systems Auctioneers & Appraisers, Inc.
Auction Systems Auctioneers & Appraisers, Inc. is the Southwest's most active auction and appraisal company. Auction Systems features live and live simulcast auctions and appraisals of stolen and confiscated police and personal product including cars, tools, electronics, jewelry, sporting, coins, and surplus, as well as auctions of commercial and heavy equipment, antiques, guns, estate and business liquidation, and bankruptcy, and real estate through their strategic partner United Country Supreme Auctions and Realty.

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