Racecar driver and team owner Duncan Dayton sold his Dilido Island mansion for $7.4 million, according to Miami-Dade County records.
Dayton, who founded American car racing team Highcroft Racing in 1989, sold his seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom house to Vaneo Corporation, a company tied to French film producer Fabrice Berenholc, according to the company’s corporate filing. Dayton is also a Monaco Grand Prix winner. Highland Racing participates in the American Le Mans.
The 7,099-square-foot Miami Beach house last sold in February 2013 for $6.6 million. It was built in 2012 and was listed for rent at $75,000 a month, according to Zillow.
The two-story house, at 227 East Dilido Drive, includes an elevator, rooftop deck with Jacuzzi, a separate guest house and a dock.
Patricia Prado of Real Estate Transactions International represented the buyer, she told The Real Deal.