The Real Deal Miami

Priciest home listings in the tri-county area this week

Ranged from $2.9M to $15.5M
By Katherine Kallergis and Sean Stewart-Muniz | June 12, 2015 12:45PM

97 La Gorce Circle 708 West Dilido Drive Miami-Dade $13.8M 2389 King Terrace Palm Beach $7.25M 14269 Belmont Terrace Palm Beach $7.5M 15106 Palmwood Road Palm Beach $5.9M 2523 Castilla Isle Broward $3.2M 1799 North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard Broward $3M 7555 Northwest 39th Avenue Broward $2.9M

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 $2.9 million to nearly $15.5 million, according to Zillow data. Miami-Dade had the priciest property and a home in Broward was on the low end.


#1 A seven-bedroom, seven-and-a-half bathroom mansion at 98 La Gorce Circle in Miami Beach was listed for $15.5 million. The 7,849-square-foot home includes a gourmet kitchen, wine cellar and rain showers. The property features a separate guest house with a home theater, a dock for up to a 160-foot yacht, and a pool and patio deck. Claude Hamaoui of Sterling Equity Realty has the listing.

#2 Architect Max Strang designed this new Venetian Islands home at 708 West Dilido Drive in Miami Beach. The six-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom house includes limestone floors, white oak floors and an open floor plan. It was built in 2015. The listing includes interior design by Gachot. Iris Klein of Macken Realty is the listing agent for the 6,400-square-foot home, which is on the market for $13.8 million.

#3 Unit 3400 at Asia, a Brickell Key condo tower, is on the market for $8.75 million. The 4,635-square-foot residence has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, maid’s quarters, and is furnished by Artefacto. Carlos Jaen of Real Estate Sales Force is the listing agent for the condo at 900 Brickell Key Boulevard.

Palm Beach

#1 An equestrian estate in Wellington was listed for $7.5 million. Located at 14269 Belmont Terrace, this 6-acre property includes a 4,488-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bathroom home. Its main feature is a 30-stall farm that’s currently being built out. The listing says when completed, it will have a grand prix jump field, lounging ring and all-weather ring, all within a short trot to the Winter Equestrian Festival showgrounds. Travis Laas of Engel & Voelkers has the listing.

#2 Another equestrian estate in Wellington has just hit the market for $7.25 million. The 6-acre property at 2389 King Terrace has a 7,762-square-foot home with five bedrooms and four bathrooms, along with a 30-stall facility. Described as a “professional farm,” the home has an Olympic all-weather ring, grass jumping field and a detached storage garage. Carol Sollak of Engel & Voelkers has the listing.

#3 The waterfront mansion at 15106 Palmwood Road in Palm Beach Gardens is up for sale at $5.9 million. Arguably its most interesting feature is a wooden boat dock, which crosses to a nearby island with its own sun deck and thatch-roofed hut. The 11,822-square-foot home has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, an insulated wine room, a home office and three balconies with water views. The property is listed by Danielle Munson of Platinum Properties.


#1 The contemporary home at 2523 Castilla Isle in Fort Lauderdale was just listed for sale at $3.2 million. Its listing says it was completely rebuilt in 2005, and includes a floating staircase, imported Italian Bazaza glass tiles and stone floors. The 5,173-square-foot home sits on a waterfront lot and has four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. Marika Hartman of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate is marketing the property.

#2 A Fort Lauderdale home steps away from the beach is on the market for $3 million. The 6,950-square-foot residence is across the street from the beach at 1799 North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard. Each of its five bedrooms have ocean views, and the entire house was renovated in 2006. The listing also says a new roof and AC units were installed two years ago. Anja Hessert of Engel & Voelkers has the listing.

#3 Jason Derulo’s Coconut Creek mansion can be yours for $2.9 million. Located at 7555 Northwest 39th Avenue, the 10,637-square-foot home occupies a 2.5-acre lot with its own nature preserve. It has nine bedrooms, nine bathrooms and a four-car garage. The home’s floors are Italian marble, its appliances are modern and rooms include a recording studio to a dance area. Tim Elmes of Coldwell Banker and Colleen Kaye are the listing agents.

  • J Kettel

    That La Gorce listing doesn’t look correct. Those are the photos from 98 La Gorce which Iris isn’t the listing agent on.

  • Sandra

    Incorrect information for the La Gorce. The address is 98 La Gorce, and the agent is Claude Hamaoui. A lot of real estate in Miami Dade is going for significantly more than $15.5 million; who ever wrote this needs to do much better research.

    • Katherine Kallergis

      Hi Sandra, thank you for your comment. We’re looking into it and will update the story as needed. The listings only include the past seven days from when it was published.

      • Sandra

        You might also want to check the MLS when you are doing any published work. I can give you a list of 14 houses over $15.5 million (like the neighbor of 98 La Gorce, who is listed at $18.8 million… among others that are listed at $30 million). 98 La Gorce has been listed for months, so it’s irrelevant to include it among listings from the past seven days before this was published.