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 $3.7 million to $19.4 million, according to Zillow data. Palm Beach had the priciest property and a home in Broward was on the low end.
#1 A unit at Acqualina in Sunny Isles Beach was listed for $16.95 million. The condo, at 17885 Collins Avenue, has five bedrooms and six bathrooms. It spans 6,353 square feet, and the development was completed in 2006. Irina Margulis of Miami Legacy Realty is the listing agent.
#2 A North Bay Road house in Miami Beach is on the market for $16.9 million after being listed in February and then removed two months later. The six-bedroom, nine-bathroom home at 5310 North Bay Road was last sold in December 2010 for $9.1 million. It has 9,000 square feet and was built in 2006.
#3 Another Sunny Isles Beach condo was listed for $12.9 million. Unit 39 at 19575 Collins Avenue includes four bedrooms, five bathrooms and one half-bath. Irina Margulis of Miami Legacy Realty has the listing for the Regalia unit, which spans 5,515 square feet and was developed in 2014.
#1 The sprawling Le Lac estate in Boca Raton has been put up for sale at $19.95 million. Celebrity agents Chris Leavitt and Senada Adzem of Douglas Elliman are at the helm of this listing, which encompasses nine acres of green space near the Royal Palm Polo Sports Club. The primary residence is a 16,410-square-foot home with eight bedrooms and 15 bathrooms, designed by Florida architect Randall Stofft. The grounds, at 6021 Le Lac Road, also include a guest house, sports complex and a private lake. The estate is “really out of fairy tale,” Leavitt told TRD earlier this week.
#2 A Mediterranean-style compound in Palm Beach has been listed for sale at $18 million. The property spans roughly a half acre and includes three guest homes, plus a main 6,191-square-foot residence, all of which surround a large pool. The main house, at 434 Seaspray Avenue, has nine bedrooms, nine bathrooms, an open-air patio and an outdoor kitchen. Horst Hohl of Q Properties hast the listing.
#3 The mansion at 12314 Plantation Lane in North Palm Beach is up for sale at $9.9 million. Brad Bal of the Frankel Realty Group has the listing for the 11,000-square-foot residence, which has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and two half-baths. The property is lined with banyan and oak trees, and both the home’s entrance and its patio are formed with Pennsylvania slate rock. Its covered patio has motorized screen enclosures, and the home has 375 of water frontage along a thin canal.
#1 A Lighthouse Point mansion has hit the market with an asking price of $5 million. The home, which sits on a canal at 3201 Northeast 27th Avenue, was built in 2004 and is 9,304 square feet. Inside, it has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and two half-baths. The master suite has three walk-in closets, the kitchen has modern appliances including two industrial-sized fridges, and the private theater is outfitted with two rows of lounge chairs. Outside, the home has a pool and 103 feet of deep water dockage. Roman Tryndus of My House Florida has the listing.
#2 Just one month after trading for $3 million, a Fort Lauderdale home has been listed for sale at $4.9 million. Located at 1646 Southeast 7th Avenue, the house was last purchased in May by former world champion paintball player Richmond Italia. Now, his trust has put the 5,632-square-foot residence back on the market. It has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, mahogany doors, granite and marble finishes throughout and a Lutron smart home system. Other features include a two-bay garage and 125 feet of deep water frontage. Tim Elmes of the Tim Elmes Group has the listing.
#3 This waterfront property in Lighthouse Point has been listed for $3.7 million. Located at 3141 Northeast 48th Street, it sits on a corner lot along the Intracoastal Waterway. The home itself is 5,575 square feet, with five bedrooms, five bathrooms and two half-baths. The listing describes it as a “yachtsman’s dream estate,” as the Neo-Classical home comes with 370 feet of seawall. Potential buyers can also pick up the neighboring tennis court for an additional 100 feet of dockage at the price of $1.8 million. The home, built in 2006, has interiors made of granite, marble, onyx and Brazilian walnut. John List of Douglas Elliman is marketing the property.