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Gov. Doug Ducey Sells Mansion For $8.15M In Cash


 Republican Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has sold his mansion in Paradise Valley for $8.15 million in cash. 

The Arizona Republic reported that Ducey and his wife Angela listed the 11,400-square-foot French-style farmhouse for $8.75 million in December. 

Then-Ducey spokesperson Patrick Ptak said at the time that the move comes as the couple downsizes.

It is unclear where the couple is moving. Public real estate records say Ducey and his wife bought the land for $1.8 million in 2005 through a group called DAD Properties. 

The six bedroom, eight bathroom home was where the Duceys raised their three sons.

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