Amazing Arizona properties dad would love! Go big AND go home for Father's Day

Posted at 11:31 AM, Jun 13, 2016
and last updated 2016-06-14 15:01:37-04
A new tie? Homemade paperweight? Nah, those aren't the Father's Day gifts dad is hoping for. He wants one of these homes built for a manly man.
Russ Lyon|Sotheby's International Realty handpicked these five Arizona homes that they believe dad will love (watch the video above for an inside look at each of the homes!):
1. 41445 N 95th St., Scottsdale
The first overlooks the 15th green of Chiricahua Golf Course, and it will fit the whole family. It boasts four bedrooms and five bathrooms and sits on more than an acre. Dad can relax inside his very own home theater, then swim in the negative-edge pool. Asking price? $2,995,000
2.  8404 N El Maro Circle, Paradise Valley
A home built by "The Big Unit" himself has to be incredible. This Paradise Valley property was designed by former Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher and Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee Randy Johnson. Along with a two-bedroom guest house, this home is for the car lover. The garage is temperature-controlled and even has a lift. Asking price? $4,995,000
3. 39112 Lake Mary Rd., Happy Jack
Maybe Dad is the outdoorsy type or at least likes his personal space? The third property sits on eight acres of land in Happy Jack. The five bedroom, four bathroom log home has hand-carved woodwork and sprawling decks. A privately stocked trout pond also sits nearby. Asking price? $1,649,000 
4.  25132 N 114th St., Scottsdale
Does Dad want to be the king of the hill? The fourth home sits on one of the highest elevation lots on Troon Mountain. This elegant house has views for days, and the four bedrooms and six bathrooms will provide plenty of space for the crew. Asking price? $1,999,990 
5. 15334 E Thistle Dr., Fountain Hills
The final home has a more modest price, but it's spectacular regardless. With four bedrooms and three bathrooms, this Fountain Hills gem has great views of the Four Peaks and the Fountain. And what Dad doesn't want his own man cave? The game room has enough space for a billiards table, but also has a kitchen and a balcony leading to the home’s pool and BBQ area. Asking price? $650,000