Home in Boca’s Vintage Oaks goes to auction today

The home, measuring almost 12,000 square feet, was previously offered for $6.5 million

Apr.April 22, 2017 09:05 AM

Platinum Luxury Auctions will auction this house in Boca Raton’s Vintage Oaks community today.

A country club estate in Boca Raton, previously offered for sale for $6.5 million, will be auctioned today. Platinum Luxury Auctions will conduct the auction today without a reserve, or minimum bid.

Built in 2000, the Boca Raton residence has nearly 12,000 square feet of interior space and 4,500 of outdoor space, including a swimming pool, spa and air-conditioned cabana.

The property has seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms and two half baths. Its interior features include a master retreat in a wing of the main level, a two-story wood-paneled library and a custom-designed home theater, which cost $1 million to build.

Roger Shiffman of the Furby toy empire formerly owned the residence, located in the Vintage Oaks community of Boca Raton.

The lot size is about four-fifths of an acre, or 1.25 acres including an adjacent parcel, which is being offered for sale separately from the residence, according to Platinum Luxury Auctions.

Related Articles

Bob Sheetz and 133 West Coconut Palm Road

Ah Sheetz! Founder of popular convenience store sells Boca Raton estate

The Meridian at Boca Raton at 21865 Ponderosa Drive, and Kenneth Assiran

Meridian Senior Living buys community near Boca Raton for $61M

Michael and Michelle Hagerty, and their home in Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club (Credit: Keeping the Promise, Realtor)

Vodka heir pays $6M straight up for Boca Raton estate

James Batmasian and Trail Plaza in Deerfield Beach (Credit: Google Maps)

James Batmasian nabs retail center in Deerfield Beach for $17M

300 East Key Palm Road

Transportation execs pay $12M for waterfront Boca Raton estate

James Batmasian and 22973-23071 State Road 7

James Batmasian buys Publix-anchored Boca Raton shopping center

Daily Digest Miami

Stephen Ross steps down from NFL committee post-fundraiser backlash, drama at Regalia: Daily digest

Construction of downtown Hollywood high-rise may start soon