List price cut (again) for Palm Beach’s priciest listing

The new $69.9 million asking price is well below the original $84.5 million

Jan.January 08, 2017 12:30 PM

1071 North Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach

The asking price just dropped again – this time by $4.6 million – but an eight-bedroom oceanfront mansion is still the most expensive home listed for sale in Palm Beach. The ask has dropped to $69.9 million from $74.5 million, the third price cut since the original listing at $84.5 million.

Real estate agent Christian Angle has the listing, which ranks as the priciest one in the multiple listing service for Palm Beach. The newly built 35,000-square-foot residence at 1071 North Ocean Boulevard has something for everyone: massage room, home theater, in-house pub, library, even a bowling alley – not to mention 242 feet of direct frontage on the ocean. [Palm Beach Post] Mike Seemuth

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