Skincare company founders sell Pine Tree Drive manse for $19M

Couple paid $19.48M for the waterfront home in December 2015

TRD MIAMI /
Aug.August 01, 2018 03:30 PM

4395 Pine Tree Drive, Janna and Marc Ronert

Image Skincare founders Dr. Marc Ronert and his wife Janna Ronert sold their waterfront mansion on Pine Tree Drive for $19.25 million, marking a loss of about $230,000 in three years.

The Ronerts paid $19.48 million for the eight-bedroom, 12,000-square-foot home at 4395 Pine Tree Drive in December 2015, and listed it for sale in January 2017 for nearly $23 million. It was on and off the market since then, more recently for just under $20 million with Jill Hertzberg and Jill Eber of Coldwell Banker’s the Jills team.

The couple owns Image Skincare, a Lantana-based skincare company. Marc Ronert is also a plastic surgeon.

Nicole Holtzheuser of ERA Infinity Properties represented the buyer, whom she declined to identify.

Todd Glaser and Jarrett and Sean Posner developed the house and sold it to the Ronerts for about $1,700 per foot. The mansion sits on a 36,000-square-foot lot with 100 feet of frontage along Indian Creek. It features a wraparound balcony, tropical garden and pool, according to a release.

The property includes a guest suite, spa and gym, and a motor court for more than 15 cars.

Hertzberg said the sale is the most expensive closing on the ritzy street so far this year.

In June, Brazilian real estate developer Victor Malzoni sold his nearby mansion at 4647 Pine Tree Drive for $17 million. The waterfront property, which sits on an acre lot, hit the market in September for $26 million and was reduced to $19.9 million in February. Glazer also developed that home.


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