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  • Kravis pays $9.2M for Palm Beach lot

    April 18, 2012 10:30AM

    324 Cherry Lane

    Philanthropist Henry Kravis has purchased a lot at 324 Cherry Lane in Palm Beach for $9.2 million, according to the Palm Beach Daily News. Kravis bought the nearly 30,000-square-foot lot, which is south of his property on North Lake Way, through a limited liability company. “It’s a gorgeous piece, about 30,000 square feet and very high — that’s what the attraction is,” said Corcoran’s Paulette Koch, who handled both sides of the deal with her son, Dana Koch. [more]

  • Palm Beach home goes for $9.64M

    December 30, 2010 04:45AM

    A lakefront home at 210 Via Del Mar in Palm Beach has been sold for approximately $9.64 million, according to a deed filed with the Palm Beach County Clerk’s office. The sellers were Leo Vecellio Jr. and wife Kathryn, represented by Paulette and Dana Koch of Corcoran Palm Beach. Agent K.C. Pickett of Barrett Welles Property Group represented the buyer, an unnamed couple who also own a home in the Northeast. The 11,094-square-foot home was originally listed for $11.5 million. [Palm Beach Daily News][more]

  • Jim Palmer, the Hall of Fame former Baltimore Orioles pitcher, has slashed the price of his Palm Beach mansion by 16 percent after letting it languish for a year on the market. The 4,100-square-foot home, which originally came online at $3.4 million, is now asking $2.9 million. It has three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms and a pool, and sits one block away from the beach. Palmer and his interior designer wife, Susan, bought the property in 2001 for $1.6 million and renovated it, but now the couple wants to downsize and relocate to California. Paulette and Dana Koch of the Corcoran Group have the listing. Meanwhile, in Miami Shores, public relations guru Paul Wilmot, who represents celebrities like Beyoncé Knowles and Tommy Hilfiger, put his three-bedroom, six-bathroom home on the market for $1.9 million. Unlike Palmer, Willmot is seeking an upgrade, telling the Wall Street Journal that he’s looking “to graduate to a glass box on the ocean.” His current pad, which he bought in 2006 for $1.5 million, only overlooks the swimming pool. Pablo Alfaro of Esslinger Wooten-Maxwell has the listing. [WSJ]


  • A Palm Beach estate was sold Dec. 23 for $9.3 million, setting a festive holiday tone for a slowly resurgent luxury market. The 12,000-square-foot, three-story, five-bedroom house at 115 Via La Selva belonged to Edward Falcone and was purchased by Edward and Selaine Niedel. Real estate agents Rosalind Clarke and Laura Coyner of the Corcoran Group Palm Beach listed the property for $9.95 million, and it spent only 77 days on the market. Paulette Koch and Dana Koch, also of the Corcoran Group, represented the buyer.

    It was the highest sale price for a so-called dry lot property — one that doesn’t have waterfront land — this year, Paulette Koch said. The house, built for Warner Jones in 1928 at a cost of $55,000, was for several decades the home of Winifred Dodge Seyburn, daughter of auto pioneer John Dodge. [Palm Beach Post] and [Palm Beach Daily News]

  • The big deals came back to Palm Beach’s mansion market when La Bellucia, a storied house in the ultra-rich island’s property pantheon, sold for $24 million. Sources told the Palm Beach Daily News that the sale was the county’s largest on record in 2009. The nine-bedroom house, located at 1200 S. Ocean Boulevard and designed by Palm Beach’s best known architect, Addison Minzer, was purchased by Los Angeles real estate developer and billionaire Jeffrey Greene. First Allied Jacksonville, a Rochester, N.Y.-based holding company owned by Palm Beach resident Malcolm Glazer, a billionaire sports team owner, sold the 12,000-square foot estate, which encompasses 3.8 acres. Paulette Koch and Dana Koch, Corcoran Group associates and partners, listed the trophy property for $27.5 million. [Palm Beach Daily News]