Princess of Jordan sells Palm Beach manse for $14.5M

Property, purchased in 2008 for $11M, had been listed for $18M

Jul.July 10, 2015 05:30 PM

The late King Hussein of Jordan’s oldest daughter and her husband have sold their Palm Beach estate for $14.5 million.

The eight-bedrooom home, at 1320 North Lake Way, is on the Lake Worth Lagoon.

Princess Alia Bint Al-Hussein and husband Mohammed Al-Saleh owned the Mediterranean-style house through a Florida limited liability company they control, Aqua Development-North Lake LLC, the Palm Beach Daily News reported. She is the half-sister of King Hussein’s successor, King Abdullah II.

The house next door, 1330 North Lake Way, is also linked to the princess through a Delaware limited liability company that owns it. That property reportedly has been associated with the Jordanian royal family for some 40 years. It is not listed for sale.

The house that just sold was built in 2002 and has about 10,320 square feet of space. Its lot measures more than a half-acre and faces about 102 feet of waterfront, according to the Palm Beach Daily News. The sellers paid $11 million for the property in 2008, and it has been on and off the market since 2009.

Most recently, Shelly Newman of Illustrated Properties had listed the house at just under $18 million.

The buyer’s identity is not yet available in Palm Beach County public records. [Palm Beach Daily News] — Ina Cordle

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