Pearlmark Real Estate Partners executive Douglas Crocker II sold his waterfront Delray Beach estate for $6 million, slightly less than the property’s list price.
Crocker, chairman and chief investment officer of Chicago-based Pearlmark and Transwestern Multifamily Partners, and his wife Cynthia Crocker sold the five-bedroom, 9,536-square-foot mansion to Pamela J. Kennedy, records show.
Crocker, who is now semi-retired after a 40-year career of buying and selling properties in Boston, New York, and Chicago, paid close to $4.9 million for the home at 963 Evergreen Drive, and the Crockers put it on the market in March for $6.35 million.
The Delray Beach estate features 272 feet of water frontage, an elevator, pool, smart home features, a mahogany double-door entry, a master suite and guest quarters. Property records show the three-story mansion was completed in 2003.
Jilly Cammisa of Premier Estate Properties was the listing agent, according to Redfin.
No financing was recorded.