Priciest home listings in the tri-county area this week

Ranged from $5.9M to $17M

Jul.July 10, 2015 04:03 PM
31 East Rivo Alto Drive Miami-Dade $8.2M3765 Prairie Avenue Miami-Dade $5.9M1005 Seasage Drive Palm Beach $5.5M1820 South Ocean Boulevard Palm Beach $8M2475 South Ocean Boulevard Palm Beach | $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 $5.9 million to $17 million, according to Zillow data. Broward had the priciest property and a home in Miami-Dade was on the low end.


#1 A condo in the Regalia tower in Sunny Isles Beach was listed for $9.9 million. The unit, at 9575 Collins Avenue, has four bedrooms, five bedrooms and spans 4,992 square feet. Linnie Oliver is the listing agent.

#2 The four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom home at 31 East Rivo Alto Drive is on the market for $8.3 million. The 3,890-square-foot property was built in 1953 and last sold for $320,000 in 1986. Jill Hertzberg of The Jills Coldwell Banker is the listing agent.

#3 A two-story house in Miami Beach was listed for $5.9 million. The five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom home at 3765 Prairie Avenue is 5,476 square feet and was built in 2007. Tatiana Asailov of World Enterprise Realty has the listing.

Palm Beach

#1 An oceanfront home in Highland Beach is asking $9 million. The five-bedroom, four-bathroom residence is at 2475 South Ocean Boulevard. It sits on an acre lot, was built in 1957 and is being sold “as is.” The listing describes the 4,206-square-foot home as a good renovation opportunity, or a chance to build an entirely new residence. Jeff Cohen of Douglas Elliman has the listing.

#2 An ocean-to-Intracoastal property in Manalapan has hit the market for $8 million. Located at 1820 South Ocean Boulevard, the lot is roughly one acre and includes a home that was built in 1957. This is another reno/demo opportunity, as the listing says the home can either be updated or torn down to construct a “dream home.“ The existing home has with a dock on the Intracoastal side and a beach cabana on the ocean side. Jack Elkins of Fite Shavell & Associates has the listing.

#3 The dry lot at 1005 Seasage Drive in Delray Beach is being sold for $5.5 million. It has five bedrooms, five-and-a-half bedrooms, and measures 7,556 square feet. The two-story home was built in 2005 and is five lots away from the ocean. Its interiors include a custom kitchen, breakfast room, and a living room with French doors that lead out to a loggia. The backyard has a resort-style pool, spa and hot tub. Candace Friis of the Corcoran Group has the listing.


#1 A penthouse in the beachfront Trump Tower is up for sale at $17 million. Penthouse Two is a seven bedroom, eight-and-a-half bathroom residence that measures 8,170 square feet. Its interiors include crystal chandeliers, Lamborghini furniture and smart home technology. The two-story condo also has an expansive balcony with a tanning area, hot tub and patio. The Trump Tower is at 2711 South Ocean Drive in Fort Lauderdale. Elionora Dudayeva of Chance Realty has the listing.

#2 The waterfront home at 1627 East Lake Drive in Fort Lauderdale has been listed for sale with an asking price of $11 million. It fronts Lake Sylvia — a sizable lagoon that’s connected to the Intracoastal Waterway — and has its own private dock. The listing says the home’s duplex lot is one of the few remaining in the area, giving potential buyers the opportunity to build a sprawling estate. Otherwise, the 5,595-square-foot home, built in 1955, could be renovated. As it stands now, the home has a covered pool, tile and carpet floors, gas cooking appliances and a three-car garage. Julie Jones of Florida Luxurious Properties has the listing.

#3 A newly built spec home is up for sale in Fort Lauderdale. The 6,747-square-foot residence at 2523 Laguna Terrace has an asking price of $7 million and is being listed by Greg Jaxtheimer of Harbor Realty of Florida. It sits on a waterfront lot in the Harbor Beach neighborhood, and is described in its listing as a British West Indies-style home. The interiors include high ceilings (13 feet to 19 feet) fashioned from ash wood, oak flooring and milled mahogany. The outdoor area has an infinity pool, summer kitchen, and a marble tiled patio. The home also has dockage that can fit up to a 100-foot yacht.

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