Springsteen drummer Max Weinberg sells Delray Beach home for $5M

Weinberg was appointed to the Delray Beach Planning and Zoning Board in August

Max Weinberg drumming & 1041 Seaspray Avenue, Delray Beach (Getty, Corcoran)
Max Weinberg drumming & 1041 Seaspray Avenue, Delray Beach (Getty, Corcoran)

 

Max Weinberg, the drummer for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, sold a Delray Beach home for $5.15 million.

Weinberg and his wife, Rebecca, sold the home at 1041 Seaspray Avenue to Roger W. and Gentry Ashmore Hoit, according to records.

Weinberg is the long-time drummer for Bruce Springsteen and the former drummer for Late Night with Conan O’Brien. He is also a real estate investor, and was appointed to a two-year term on the Delray Beach Planning and Zoning Board in August.

Roger Hoit is a managing director at Moelis & Co., a global investment bank based in New York. Gentry Ashmore Hoit is a senior advisor at Finback Real Estate, a New York-based advisory service. She recently brokered a $200 million Blackstone office building deal in New York.

Records show the 5,092-square-foot Delray Beach home last sold for $4 million in 2017. In November 2019, it was listed for $5.3 million. Candace Friis with The Corcoran Group represented both parties in the deal. 

The house has six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. Built in 2013, the home also comes with a guest suite, a three-car garage and a pool.

The Weinbergs have bought and sold homes in South Florida over the years. In 2018, they sold a house in Palm Beach for $6.8 million, two years after buying it for $7.5 million