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Auction set for oceanfront estate in Vero Beach

The six-bedroom, 10-bathroom main house comes with a private 205-foot beach

April 23, 2016 09:40AM

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2150 South Highway A1A in Vero Beach, Florida. (Credit: Sargent Architectural Photography)

2150 South Highway A1A in Vero Beach. (Credit: Sargent Architectural Photography)

DeCaro Luxury Auctions will auction an oceanfront estate in Vero Beach at with 205-foot private beach and a lawn that also can be used as a helicopter landing pad.

DeCaro will conduct an April 30 auction of the estate, called Palazzo Di Mare, located at 2150 South Highway A1A in Vero Beach.

The six-bedroom, 10-bathroom main house spans 24,000 square feet and occupies five acres landscaped with a mix of native flowers, plants and palm trees.

“Palazzo Di Mare translates to ‘Palace by the Sea’ in Italian, which suits the estate’s castle-like appearance that took five years to develop, and its unmatched views of the Atlantic Ocean,” said Daniel DeCaro, CEO and founder of DeCaro Luxury Auctions, said in a press release announcing the April 30 auction.

At the entrance of Palazzo Di Mare are two drive-down ramps that lead to an underground, climate-controlled car collector’s garage with parking for 14 cars. The entryway to the house is 35 feet tall and features an award-winning Schonbek Chandelier.

The formal dining room off the kitchen and has seating for eight, a 14-Karat gold leaf ceiling and a crystal chandelier.

The master suite on the first level has a separate living area, a walk-in closet and a luxurious bathroom with dual vanity sinks, a free-standing circular Jacuzzi tub and a large walk-in shower. Three additional bedrooms with their own bathrooms and walk-in closets are also on the first level.

The other two bedrooms are on the second level, which includes an indoor balcony, a sitting area, and a sky deck with a solarium. At 51-feet tall, the sky deck is the highest residential point on the island of Vero Beach.

Additional living and entertaining rooms at Palazzo Di Mare include a wood-beamed library, a game room, a bar with a stained-glass ceiling, a wine vault, a study and a sound-proof screening room. An additional one-bedroom, one-bathroom guest house is also located on the property, complete with a full kitchen and ocean access.

Also included in the estate sale is an adjacent 2.5-acre parcel of land with frontage on the Indian River. The parcel comprises two lots that could be developed and has a private dock with a 10,000-pound-capacity automatic boat lift.

The Vero Beach estate is open for prospective buyers to view from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. today, tomorrow and next Saturday, the day before the April 30 auction.