$99M Palm Beach listing temporarily yanked

Property at 1744 S. Ocean Boulevard to be relisted if not sold this summer

Jul.July 14, 2014 04:30 PM

1744 S. Ocean Boulevard

Looking to spend $99 million on a home? Be patient.

The Palm Beach Board of Realters MLS’s most expensive listing — an ocean-to-lake lot at 1744 S. Ocean Boulevard for $99 million — has temporarily been withdrawn by Corcoran Group. Paulette Koch and her son Dana Koch have the listing.

The 23,000-square-foot house a half-mile north of Sloan’s Curve will re-enter MLS at the start of the winter season if it hasn’t sold, Paulette Koch told the Palm Beach Daily News.

The exact reason the listing was yanked wasn’t disclosed, but it’s not unusual to withdraw a property during off-season. 

The number one slot on the MLS price list is now filled by a 1.9 acre vacant ocean-t0-lake lot at 1900 S. Ocean Boulevard, which is being marketed at $65 million. A 20,000-square-foot British Colonial style mansion was approved at the location and will likely be completed in 2016. [Palm Beach Daily News] — Claire Moses

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