Jupiter Island mansion gets marketing makeover

Asking price for the property was slashed by $2 million to $14.9 million
September 23, 2014 05:15PM

Turtle Hall on Jupiter Island

A Jupiter Island mansion, now asking $14.9 million, has lingered on the market since June 2011. But it will now see a new marketing push from Christie’s International Real Estate’s “bespoke marketing program.”

The home, called Turtle Hall, was reintroduced to market last week by Fenton Lang Bruner & Associates, an affiliate of Christie’s, according to the Palm Beach Post.

The house had been priced at $16.9 million. The price has now been slashed by $2 million.

“This breathtaking property is a perfect example of luxury Florida living,” said Rick Moeser, Senior Vice President of Christie’s International Real Estate. “Its spectacular waterfront setting makes it the ideal waterfront retreat.”

The home, located at 429 South Beach Road, features 10,000 square feet, five bedrooms, six bathrooms, an 18th century fireplace, pool, spa and four-car garage.

Christie’s bespoke marketing program lends a more personalized touch to selling “extraordinary estates” that may require “custom-tailored solutions,” according to the newspaper. [Palm Beach Post]Christopher Cameron