A Greek shipping family sold a waterfront Key Biscayne mansion for $10.1 million, property records show.
George and Lambros Katsoufis, acting as trustees of the Fani Katsoufis trust, sold the three-story, 10,600-square-foot home at 250 Harbor Drive to Eduardo Salazar Mallory and Marcela Belismelis Alvarez.
Salazar is tied to Getcom International Investments, a Spanish investment manager. Earlier this month, Avianca Holdings disclosed the sale of its 50 percent equity stake in Getcom, according to Nasdaq.
Fani Katsoufis’ late husband, Paris Katsoufis, led the Dolphin and Majesty cruise lines in Miami in the 1980’s and 1990’s. He also founded Kyma Ship Management in 1997, where he worked until his death in 2017, according to his obituary.
The Key Biscayne property last sold in 1985 for $438,000, records show. The three-story, seven-bedroom home was built in 1992 and includes a five-car garage, master suite, a pool, spa and dock, and marble and walnut floors. Previous listings advertise it as a renovation project or a teardown. The house sits on a 20,000-square-foot lot.
Nelson Gonzalez of EWM Realty International had the listing. It was most recently on the market for $10.8 million, according to Realtor.com.
Last summer, Canadian concert promoter Michael Cohl sold his waterfront mansion at 960 Harbor Drive for $20.6 million to José Antonio Cañedo White, a founding partner at Mexico’s Axis Capital Management.
In August, former Citigroup executive Mark Rufeh sold his home at 398 Harbor Drive for $11.1 million. It sits on a similarly sized property as 250 Harbor Drive.