Italian businessman Frank Luppi is looking to sell his elaborate 8.5-acre estate in Jupiter Island, and he’s asking $65 million for the property.
Luppi built the Italian Renaissance-style estate between 1985 and 2016. The property features five golden domes, wall paintings and frescos, a 30-foot tall Roman-style atrium and wall decorations, marble fountains and columns, and outdoor mosaic pools and Jacuzzis. In fact, the use of marble totals 21,000 square feet and includes 25 types, according to the release.
Luppi combined four lots on the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal to build the estate at 511 South Beach Road.
Susan Turner of Jupiter-based Waterfront Properties and Club Communities is the listing agent for the 13-bedroom, 14-bathroom mansion and guest house. The Wall Street Journal first reported the listing.
Jupiter Island is part of Martin County, which is north of Palm Beach County. The luxury enclave is home to Celine Dion. The singer-songwriter has had her waterfront property on and off the market since 2013, and recently lowered the asking price to about $46 million. – Katherine Kallergis