The Real Deal Miami

Today’s priciest listing: $32M

Landmarked and recently restored Palm Beach home situated near the shore
February 20, 2014 05:15PM

1102 North Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach

1102 North Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach

The most expensive home to hit the South Florida market today was a Palm Beach single-family landmarked estate for $32 million. Wally Turner with Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.

The six-bedroom, nine-bathroom restored home at 1102 North Ocean Boulevard is located near Palm Beach Country Club and sits on a 1.4-acre site across the street from the beach. The 10,914-square-foot digs also come with a two-room suite for the help.

Originally designed by society architect John Volk in 1935, the home was recently honored with the Ballinger Award for the four-year restoration that Smith Architectural Group finished in 2011. (Condo Vultures data include condos and single-family listings in the main metropolitan areas of Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, as well as Monroe County that are newly listed. Listings are taken from the South Florida MLS.) — Angela Hunt