Digital marketing exec pays $10.6M for Delray Beach manse

Home traded for about $760 psf

Feb.February 27, 2018 09:45 AM

9480 Bent Grass Court and Brian Ross (Redfin and Premier Estate Properties)

Digital marketing exec Jeff Herzog and his wife Jill just paid $10.6 million for a recently completed mansion in Delray Beach, property records show.

Jeff Herzog is the CEO and founder of ZOG Digital, which is a Phoenix, Arizona-based digital marketing agency with clients such as Allstate, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, KitchenAid, Capital One, and the Hershey Company.

The Herzogs bought the 13,895-square-foot mansion at 9480 Bent Grass Court for about $760 per square foot. The seller is a company tied to GL Signature Homes, an affiliate of the private homebuilder GL Homes. Records show the company paid $850,000 for the 2.5-acre lot in 2015.

The home designed by Brenner Architecture Group sold fully furnished with interiors done by Lesly Maxwell Interiors based in Jupiter. The seven-bedroom, 10-bathroom home features lakeside views, high-glass ceilings, an infinity pool, a tennis court and garages.

The property was completed in late July, about the same time it hit the market for $15.9 million, listing agent Brian Ross of Premier Estate Properties said. In November, Premier Estate Properties teamed up with luxury car brand Rolls-Royce to try to sell the home and cars, but the Herzogs did not attend the event, Ross said. Douglas Elliman’s Nicholas Malinosky brought the buyer.

In October the Secaucus, New Jersey-based National Realty Investment Advisors paid $7.05 million for a vacant lot in Delray Beach.

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