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Apr 29, 2013 2:00 PM by Danielle Lerner

Tucson's largest home going up for auction at a bargain price

TUCSON- Tucson's largest home is about to hit the auction block for a bargain price. The 25,000 square foot estate known as Campbell Cliffs has a minimum bid of $8.4 million, and that includes four neighboring home sites of three acres or more. Back in 2006, it was listed for $22 million.

Nestled into the Catalina Mountains, in the Cobblestone Community, Campbell Cliffs is a custom-built estate on six acres, where luxury is a way of life.

"We've already had interest from all over the U.S." said Sean Montgomery of Sheldon Good & Company, which is auctioning the property in conjunction with Martha Briggs of Long Realty Company.

There are waterfalls inside and out, a restaurant-quality kitchen and room to seat 300 guests for dinner. The 3,000 square foot entertainment room is just one of 24 rooms throughout the property. Other highlights include a two-story indoor gym, complete with a climbing wall, steam room and sauna. There is also a home theater and an indoor gun range. Windows all the way around, make it hard to see where one room ends and the Coronado National Forest begins, and 6,000 square feet of patio space come complete with amazing views and evaporative cooling. The multi-level swimming pool and spa also offer panoramic views of the city.

Sealed bids are due by 5p.m. May 14. Interested buyers can bid on the entire property or individual lots. Click here for more information.

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