A newly renovated mansion near Fairchild Tropical Garden in Coral Gables has hit the market for $6.75 million.
Jacob G. “Jake” Jackson and Kasey D. Jackson own the 1-acre property, property records show. Jacob Jackson sold his company, Freedom Pharmaceuticals, to Fagron, a Netherlands-based pharmaceutical firm in 2013, according to Fagron’s website. And in October of that year, the Jacksons paid nearly $4 million for the two-story home.
The six-bedroom, nine-bathroom home spans 9,096 interior square feet, which means it’s listed for $742 per square foot. Ben Moss of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty is the listing agent for the Grand Oak estate, at 10001 Fairchild Way in Snapper Creek.
Among its outdoor amenities are an oak canopy, fire pit, lagoon pool loggia with a summer kitchen, a full home generator and a coral rock fire pit. Inside, the mansion features a Creston home system, custom cabinets, natural stone finishes, a 256-wine bottle cellar, a safe room, home office and custom kitchen.
Nearby, Hollub Homes sold a newly built mansion at 10101 Lakeside Drive for $8 million to Lourdes Leon, of the Leon Medical Centers.
Last year, a pharmaceutical executive bought Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s former Southwest Ranches home for $3.6 million. – Katherine Kallergis
An earlier version of this article incorrectly identified Jacob Jackson as president of Fagron North America, a Netherlands-based pharmaceutical company. Jackson is not affiliated with the company, according to his attorney. The Real Deal had cited information on Fagron’s website and Jackson’s LinkedIn page.