A waterfront mansion in Fort Lauderdale has been re-listed for $32 million, unchanged from before, the highest asking price among homes for sale in the city.
The three-story residence in the city’s exclusive Rio Vista neighborhood has eight bedrooms and eight bathrooms and spans more than 22,000 square feet. The property includes a 3,200-square-foot guest house.
Built in 2007, the mansion is owned by Donald McKinney, CEO of Palo Alto, California-based UnBound Technologies.
DND previously had listed the mansion for sale with a $32 million asking price, then took it off the market while it underwent interior and exterior renovations during the last year.
The property, located on a two-acre parcel in a cul-de-sac, has a dock and 500 linear feet of waterfront along the New River.
About 6,000 square feet of granite-paved terraces wrap around the main house. Landscape architect Raymond Jungles designed greenery on the grounds of the mansion.
Handcrafted interior details include a wooden chandelier in the grand foyer and a Brazilian Teak staircase connecting all three floors of the main house.
The master suite on the second floor has a sitting area, a large walk-in closet and an onyx-paved bathroom. The third floor features a hardwood bar, lounge and cigar-smoking area.