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Le Lac estate with private lake lists for $20M

Listing marks debut of Douglas Elliman's Chris Leavitt and Senada Adzem team

June 23, 2015 12:45PM
By Ina Cordle

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6021 Le Lac Road and Senada Adzem and Chris Leavitt

A Tuscan-style estate with a private lake in Le Lac, a gated community in Boca Raton, has just listed for $19.995 million, The Real Deal has learned.

The 16,140 square-foot villa, spread over nine acres, at 6021 Le Lac Road, has eight bedrooms, nine bathrooms and three half-baths. The resort-style property includes a private island with gazebo, loggia with summer kitchen, mosaic-inlaid pool, tennis court, half basketball court and field house.

Douglas Elliman’s Chris Leavitt, star of “Million Dollar Listing Miami,” and Senada Adzem, who appeared as a guest star on two episodes of the show, have the listing.

The property represents the debut of their newly formed partnership, the Chris Leavitt and Senada Adzem team, which will focus on luxury properties from Miami Beach to Palm Beach County. Together, they have a combined $172 million in listings, which they said represents the highest volume of any Douglas Elliman team in South Florida.

“We really are excited to create this partnership together, to be even more powerful as a unit,” Leavitt told TRD. “It’s a great marriage.”

The Le Lac property is the only one for sale in South Florida with its own lake, Adzem said. The manicured grounds are surrounded by 120 towering fishtail palms that run along the property’s perimeter, she said.

Le Lac, a 200-acre gated community, has 32  multi-acre estates, surrounded by 60 acres of interconnecting lakes. Among the community’s residents are golfer Greg Norman and Boston Red Sox owner John William Henry II, Adzem said.

Palm Beach County property records show the owners of the 6021 Le Lac Road home as Daniel and Barbara Goldberg.

The estate is “really out of fairy tale,” Leavitt told TRD, highlighting the architecture and finishes and such features as the gazebo and bridge over the lake.

“There is an incredible sense of peace and serenity when you arrive,” he said, “and it stays with you.”