MagicJack inventor’s home listed for $27.5 million

Miami /
Jul.July 31, 2016 03:20 PM

The widow of the late inventor of MagicJack, a product that allowed users to make voice calls  over the Internet, listed her oceanfront house in Palm Beach for sale for $27.5 million.

The property measures almost one acre and comes with its own soccer field next door an automated window cleaning.

MagicJack inventor Daniel Borislow died in 2014 at age 52 while playing soccer in Jupiter. His interest in the sport was more than just recreational: Borislow bought the Washington Freedom, a team in the Women’s Professional Soccer League, in 2011.

Borislow’s wife Michelle listed the house with agent Traci DeGeorge of brokerage firm Waterfront Properties and Club Communities.

The Palm Beach Daily News reported that the address of the contemporary-style house is 1045 South Ocean Boulevard.

Michelle Borislow told the Wall Street Journal that her late husband wanted to buy the house because it came with a vacant lot large enough for soccer games.

The house also features a wine cellar big enough for 2,400 bottles and a built-in system that automatically cleans the windows daily.

The Borislows bought the house in 2005. It was built in 1970, has four bedrooms and six bathrooms, and spans nearly 10,000 square feet. [Wall Street Journal] — Mike Seemuth


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