Waterfront estate in Fort Lauderdale and a 124-foot yacht to be auctioned this month

The estate reportedly has been listed for sale with an asking price just under $13M for about six months, and the Westport yacht has been listed for about a month

Miami /
Jan.January 05, 2019 04:30 PM

2623 Delmar Place in Fort Lauderdale

The owners of a waterfront estate in Fort Lauderdale and a yacht will try to sell both in auctions this month.

Built on a 0.69-acre lot in 1998, the estate at 2623 Delmar Place in Fort Lauderdale’s Seven Isles neighborhood includes a guest house, 200 feet of docking space and an 18,000-pound boat lift.

The Wall Street Journal reported that the estate has been listed for about six months with an asking price just under $13 million, and the yacht has been listed for about a month.

The estate’s 9,000-square-foot main residence has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a half bathroom.

The main residence features dual closets in the master suite, two gas fireplaces, a home office, a library and an attached five-car garage. The property also has a saltwater swimming pool and an outdoor sound system.

DeCaro Auctions International will conduct separate auctions of the home and the yacht on Saturday, Jan. 18.

“Last Call,” a 124-foot Westport yacht

The auction of the estate will start at 11 a.m. on Jan. 19 and the auction of the 124-foot Westport yacht, “Last Call,” will start the same day at noon.

DeCaro will conduct the on-site auction at the Fort Lauderdale estate without reserve, or without a minimum bid.

Public previews of the estate will be held on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The final preview will be held during the same hours the day before the auction. – Mike Seemuth


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
2855 West Commercial Boulevard
Cedar Health scoops up Fort Lauderdale assisted living facility for $39M
Cedar Health scoops up Fort Lauderdale assisted living facility for $39M
1 East Broward Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale and Pacific Coast Capital Partners’ co-founders William Lindsay, Aaron Giovara and Donald Kuemmeler (PCCP, Google Maps)
Lease roundup: West Marine moves HQ to Fort Lauderdale
Lease roundup: West Marine moves HQ to Fort Lauderdale
Prime Group Holdings’ Robert Moser and the self-storage site at 2401 West Broward Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale
Prime buys Fort Lauderdale self-storage facility for $35M
Prime buys Fort Lauderdale self-storage facility for $35M
Adriana Lilly , Sarah Desamours and Silvia Lopez de Mesa (Native Realty, Douglas Elliman, Getty)
Movers & Shakers: Native Realty brings in Adriana Lilly
Movers & Shakers: Native Realty brings in Adriana Lilly
Rishi Kapoor and Alex Witkoff
“We’re at the teenage years of Miami”: Next gen developers see opportunity
“We’re at the teenage years of Miami”: Next gen developers see opportunity
Air Communities’ Terry Considine with Southgate Towers at 900 West Avenue and The District at Flagler Village at 555 Northeast Eighth Street (Air Communities, Google Maps)
Air paying $471M for South Florida apartments
Air paying $471M for South Florida apartments
Buyers and developers Tal Levinson and Eric Malinasky and the First Eben Ezer Missionary Christian Church at 312 Northwest Seventh Street in Fort Lauderdale (Google Maps, Tal Levinson and Eric Malinasky)
Developers plan 300-plus rentals on Fort Lauderdale church site
Developers plan 300-plus rentals on Fort Lauderdale church site
From left: Fuse Group’s Eyal Peretz and Shimon Elkabetz along with a rendering of The Arcadian project (Fuse Group, TBA)
Eyal Peretz’s Fuse gets final OK for multifamily near Flagler Village
Eyal Peretz’s Fuse gets final OK for multifamily near Flagler Village
arrow_forward_ios

The Deal's newsletters give you the latest scoops, fresh headlines, marketing data, and things to know within the industry.

Loading...