The 13 Most Expensive Home Sales in Pulaski County in 2012

by Mark Friedman  on Monday, Apr. 22, 2013 12:00 am  

1) 22 Valley Crest Court: Read more about that home and its valuation here.

2) 8 Vantage Point: JMO LLC, led by Jackson T. “J.T.” Stephens III, bought this 10,000-SF mansion in Little Rock’s Overlook Park neighborhood. Stephens is the grandson of the late financier and philanthropist Jackson T. “Jack” Stephens, one of the founders of Stephens Inc., which became one of the largest investment banks in the mid-South. He died in 2005. 

J.T. Stephens III is listed as a director of Exoxemis Inc. of Little Rock, a biopharmaceutical research and development company that develops haloperoxidase products for prevention and treatment of serious infections.

3) 55 Hickory Hills Circle: Kanti and Nila Sharolia bought this mansion in west Little Rock’s Hickory Hills neighborhood. The home has six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. 

Kanti Sharolia is the president of Ken & Nila Inc., which is the company that owns and operates Days Inn & Suites at Stuttgart, Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites in Lonoke, Motel 6 of Little Rock and Red Roof Inn of North Little Rock. Nila Sharolia is listed as the secretary of the company, which was incorporated in 1994, according to the Arkansas Secretary of State’s website.

4) 81 Sologne Circle: Claire and Dr. Christopher Pittman bought this 10,800-SF manor in the Sologne Circle neighborhood of west Little Rock’s Chenal Valley. The house has a four-car garage, two-story entry and a gourmet chef’s kitchen with two islands.

Dr. Pittman is a family practice doctor who practices at Baptist Health Family Clinic-West in Little Rock. He graduated from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and received his license to practice medicine in 2008. Sologne Residence Revocable Trust, led by Eric and Toni McDuffie, forfeited the property to Capital Bank in November 2010.

5) 1720 Walnut Grove Road: Theseus Holdings LLC, led by Win Rockefeller Jr., bought this mansion in west Pulaski County. The 8,800-SF home sits on 16.1 acres. Rockefeller serves on the board of the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. He also is on the board of Women & Children First.

Rockefeller’s father was the late Arkansas Lt. Gov. Winthrop Paul Rockefeller. Forbes estimated the lieutenant governor’s net worth at $1.2 billion in 2005, the year before he died. Win Rockefeller Jr.’s great-great-grandfather was John D. Rockefeller Sr., founder of Standard Oil.

6) 4305 N. Lookout St.: “The house is in an excellent location,” said Dr. Joel Dworkin, who acquired the three-story home in Little Rock’s Hillcrest neighborhood. “The view is outstanding.”

From the home’s rooftop terrace, Dworkin can overlook Allsopp Park. 

“It’s all wow,” he said. The home also features an elevator, making all areas of the house accessible for wheelchairs, Dworkin said. Dworkin practices internal medicine and nephrology at Select Specialty Hospital in Little Rock and Baptist Health. He graduated from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in 1996.



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