Parents turn to son to sell Palm Beach landmark

Tony Angiuli helped his parents sell their landmarked house in Palm Beach for $5.66 million

TRD MIAMI /
Jul.July 16, 2016 10:00 AM

130 Brazilian Avenue, Palm Beach

The longtime owners of a landmarked house in Palm Beach turned to their son for help in selling the Brazilian Avenue residence for $5.66 million.

Tony P. Angiuli, an agent with Q Properties, represented his parents Nick and Barbara Angiuli in their sale of the property at 130 Brazilian Avenue.

Q Properties listed the house for sale with an asking price of $5.795 million in early February, and it was under contract on March 2. Another agency previously had held the listing for nine months.

Tony Angiuli also represented the buyers, David S. and Zoya V. Slone.

The property spans about a third of an acre and includes the main, four-bedroom house and a two-bedroom guesthouse. The property has 5,167 square feet of living space.

The town of Palm Beach designated the Brazilian Avenue house as a landmark in 1996. Its architectural features include a three-story tower at the front entrance with an irregular shape.

Nick Angiuli is a retired home builder who paid $550,000 for the house in 1989, then extensively restored and remodeled it. [Palm Beach Daily News] — Mike Seemuth


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