Fort Lauderdale’s most expensive listing has a $39 million price tag

The mansion in the city's Harbor Beach area was listed two years ago with a $35 million asking price

TRD MIAMI /
Dec.December 16, 2017 09:00 AM

9 Isle Drive in the Harbor Beach neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale (Source: Curbed Miami)

A mansion in Fort Lauderdale with a $39 million asking price has become the most expensive home listed for sale in Broward County.

The five-bedroom residence at 9 Isle Drive in Fort Lauderdale’s Harbor Beach neighborhood spans almost 20,000 square feet and has 300 linear feet of waterfront.

Built in 2001, the property has 17 bathrooms and seven powder rooms, plus a ballroom, eight-car garage, gym, wine-storage space and an elevator.

Chad Carroll of The Chad Carroll Group at brokerage firm Douglas Elliman has the listing.

The $39 million asking price is 11 percent higher than it was two years ago, when the mansion was listed for $35 million. [Curbed Miami] – Mike Seemuth


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