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Tour This Lush Arizona Mansion, Made Possible By Pickles

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Here now are the handsome listing photos of the Spanish Colonial Revival owned by the proprietors of Claussen Pickles, on the market in Scottsdale, Ariz., for $6.795M. Taking cues from the work of 1920s SoCal architect Wallace Neff, the structure itself brags French limestone and ebony walnut flooring, parchment-plastered walls, white soapstone countertops, and a sugar pine library, making it perhaps the classiest abode built by food industry titans. Built in 2005, the 10,890-square-foot manse includes four bedrooms, a two-story kitchen, a garage with porte cochere, a pool, a spa, and a cabana. Add this to the Kentucky estate built by whiskey and, well, you've got quite a (real estate) pickleback.

· 10040 E Happy Valley Road [Realtor.com via Homes of the Rich]
· The Luxurious Homes of Five Food Industry Titans [Curbed National]