Unit at Palm Beach condo listed for $5.75 million

It is one just 15 units at the five-story Parc Regent condominium

Mar.March 13, 2016 09:30 AM

The owners have listed a unit at the intimate five-story Parc Regent condominium in Palm Beach for sale with an asking price of $5.75 million.

The Parc Regent, built in 1987, has 15 units and a lakeside location at 184 Bradley Place. Recent improvements to the Parc Regent building include a new swimming pool and health club.

An elevator with private-key access leadsdirectly into the vestibule of the listed condo, Unit 302, which has three bedrooms, four bathrooms and 3,416 square feet of living space, indoors and outdoors. The unit has glass doors in the living room that open onto a terrace overlooking the Lake Worth Lagoon.

The design features of Unit 302 include hardwood floors, plantation shutters for windows in the living room, and built-in cabinets in the master bedroom.

The unit also comes with a cabana and two parking spots.

The owners are Gabriela and David Porges of Pittsburgh. Sotheby’s International Realty agent Wally Turner has the listing for the unit. [Palm Beach Daily News] — Mike Seemuth

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