Healthcare exec buys new home in Boca Raton
Restaurateur Steve Scaggs sold the property
The head of a New Jersey healthcare company just paid $8.45 million for a new home at the Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club in Boca Raton, property records show.
Todd and Maria Roberti paid about $1,000 per square foot for the mansion at 1899 Royal Palm Way. Todd is the founder and principal of Premier Healthcare Exchange, a healthcare cost management company under the Zelis Healthcare umbrella
The seller is Steve Scaggs, owner of the waterfront seafood restaurant Two Georges at The Cove in Deerfield Beach. Records show Scaggs bought the property last year in May for $2.15 million. He owns another home in the neighborhood at 2364 East Maya Palm Drive.
Built this year, the 8,360-square-foot mansion includes six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a four-car garage with a golf cart.
David Roberts, real estate broker and owner of Royal Palm Properties, had the listing. The house hit the market in September 2016 for nearly $8 million and was relisted last month for nearly $9 million, according to Realtor.com.
Features include marble and hardwood floors, an elevator, a fireplace, a library and media room, and a balcony with views of the golf course.
Last month, Houston Texas tight end CJ Fiedorowicz also picked up a Boca home. The NFL player paid $1.58 million for a 4,374-square-foot house at 710 Northeast 69th Street