SCOTTSDALE, AZ - If you're looking for a car and a home for one price, look no further than Scottsdale.
A couple is selling a multi-million dollar home and included in the listing price is a 2013 Ferrari.
"The buyer wants it (Ferrari), that's the kind of buyer we're appealing to," said realtor Andrew Bloom.
Bloom said the 7,600 square foot home near Cactus Road and Loop 101 went on the market Friday.
"It's one level, it's on more than an acre with no homeowners association," said Bloom while standing in the back yard near a lavish pool and basketball court. "It's got something for everyone, families, bachelors, just anyone and that someone will want the Ferrari, the Ferrari comes with the territory."
The large custom built home includes a panic room, two massive walk-in closets, a man cave, children's playroom and more than a dozen TVs.
"And most of the TVs convey, they are part of the home, part of the wiring and the security system here is amazing, cameras everywhere, watching everything, this is just a beautiful amazing house with a beautiful car that comes with it," Bloom said.
The car, a 2013 Ferrari California is worth around $200,000.
When asked if he would knock off the price of the home if a buyer doesn't want the car, Bloom said "no."
The price of the home Bloom said is $2.4 million. If a buyer comes in at asking price, the Ferrari will be in the garage.
The listing agent of the property is Kimberly Tocco with Tenacious Real Estate, RE/MAX Excalibur.