Priciest home listings in the tri-county area this week

Ranged from $3M to $28M

TRD MIAMI /
Apr.April 17, 2015 04:30 PM
18555 Collins Avenue Miami-Dade $175M650 Casuarina Concourse Miami-Dade $155M5292 Fisher Island Drive Miami-Dade $1075M1021 North Ocean Boulevard Palm Beach $28.75M112550 South 40th Street Palm Beach $19.9M300 South Ocean Boulevard Palm Beach $10.9M1100 Southeast Fourth Street Broward County$9.99M630 Sweet Bay Avenue Broward $3.95M3000 Northeast 44th Street Broward $3.05M

The top three most expensive listings to hit each of the tri-county real estate markets — Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach — over the past week ranged from $3 million to $28 million, according to Zillow data. Palm Beach had the priciest property and a Lighthouse Point home in Broward County was on the low end.

Miami-Dade

#1 A unit at Gil Dezer’s Porsche Design Tower is on the market for $17.5 million. The five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom condo will have 9,474 square feet. The tower is located at 18555 Collins Avenue in Sunny Isles Beach. Marina Solo of Decorus Realty has the listing.

#2 A Coral Gables mansion was listed for $15.5 million. The 13,853-square-foot home at 650 Casuarina Concourse has eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms. It last sold in June 2012 for $10.5 million. Silvia Boschetti of BH Realty has the listing.

#3 “The Jills” have the listing for a Fisher Island condo. The three-bedroom, four-bathroom unit has 6,795 square feet and is on the market for $10.75 million. It last sold for $5.55 million in November 2005. The unit at 5292 Fisher Island Drive was built in 1995. Jill Hertzberg of Coldwell Banker is the listing agent.

Palm Beach

#1 The 9,427-square-foot home at 1021 North Ocean Boulevard has been listed for a whopping $28.75 million. This beachfront mansion has six bedrooms, eight-and-a-half bathrooms, and is vibrantly painted to match the tropical locale. It is being listed by Paulette Koch of The Corcoran Group.

#2 An 11,196-square-foot equestrian mansion in Wellington has been listed for sale at $19.9 million. Located at 112550 South 40th Street, the estate sits on a massive 55-acre lot of farmland, complete with a 48-stall barn, a regulation size polo field and an exercise track. The mansion was built in 1999 and has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. It is being listed by Martha Jolicoeur of Illustrated Properties.

#3 Penthouse 7 at 3000 South Ocean Boulevard was just put on the market for $10.9 million. The 5,067-square-foot residence sits on the southeast corner of the building and has a 2,000-square-foot terrace with ocean views. It has has three bedrooms and five-and-a-half bedrooms, and is being listed by Niki Higgins of Douglas Elliman.

Broward

#1 A 15,600-square-foot mansion at 1100 Southeast 4th Street in Fort Lauderdale has been listed for sale at $9.99 million. It has eight bedrooms, eight-and-a-half bathrooms and smart home technology. The home also has a 160-foot dock, a guest house and gas lanterns dotting the property. It is being listed by Michelle Ross of MMD Realty.

#2 The 6,016-square-foot home at 630 Sweet Bay Avenue in Plantation has been put on the market for $3.95 million. This modern property has its own fountain, comes fully furnished and has smart home technology. It has six bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, an office with Fendi furniture and has interiors by designer Jay Britto. The listing states its owner put $2 million in upgrades into the property. It is being listed by Teresa Rodriguez of Coldwell Banker.

#3 A 5,216-square-foot home at 3000 Northeast 44th Street in Lighthouse Point was just listed for sale at $3.05 million. It was built in 2004, has six bedrooms and six bathrooms, and has 159 feet of canal frontage with a dock. The property also has a pool, a spa and an a covered loggia with a summer kitchen. It is being listed by Rick Pfister of Campbell & Rosemurgy Real Estate.


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