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Born to run? Springsteen drummer lists Palm Beach home for $8M

Weinberg flipped another Palm Beach house in 2014 for a $640,000 profit
By Katherine Kallergis | December 30, 2016 03:45PM

Max Weinberg and 110 Wells

110 Wells Road. Inset: Max Weinberg

Drummer Max Weinberg has listed his Palm Beach home for $8.125 million, just four months after buying it for $7.5 million. 

The H. Franklin Land Trust, which is based at Weinberg’s New Jersey address, owns the five-bedroom, 4,420-square-foot house at 110 Wells Road. Weinberg is the longtime drummer for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, and was also Conan O’Brien’s bandleader for nearly 20 years.

The late Palm Beach developer James A. Pappas sold the house to Weinberg in August, days before Pappas died.

The Mediterranean-style home features marble and hardwood floors, a backyard with loggias, a pool and spa, and a master suite with its own balcony. It sits on a roughly 16,000-square-foot lot. It’s about a block away from the ocean.

Dana Koch of the Corcoran Group put the house back on the market less than two weeks ago, according to Realtor.com. Koch represented the trust in its August sale. Koch said the owner had a “change of plans” and that the home is “priced for today’s market and priced to sell.”

Weinberg reportedly owns two penthouses at the Lake Towers in Palm Beach, and he’s also no stranger to flipping homes. Two years ago, he flipped a house at 260 El Pueblo Way for a $640,000 profit.