Shoe mogul Marc Fisher buys waterfront West Palm Beach mansion

Investor Owen Mark Sanderson sold the home

Marc Fisher and the West Palm Beach home (Getty, Douglas Elliman)
Marc Fisher and the West Palm Beach home (Getty, Douglas Elliman)

Shoe mogul Marc Fisher must have sold thousands of pairs of heels to purchase a waterfront mansion in West Palm Beach.

Fisher, founder of his eponymous shoe empire, paid $10.5 million for the 9,100-square-foot, seven-bedroom home at 3180 Washington Road, property records show.

Real estate investor and senior living developer Owen Mark Sanderson and his wife Diana Uribe Sanderson sold the 0.6-acre property. It was listed for nearly $12 million.

A company led by Fisher financed the purchase with a $7.5 million loan from Morgan Stanley.

Shoemaking runs in the family. Fisher is the son of Nine West co-founder Jerome Fisher.

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Ashley McIntosh and Chris Leavitt represented the sellers. Elliman’s Adam McPherson represented the buyer.

The Sandersons paid $5.1 million for the West Palm home in 2007, records show. It was built in 2002.

The property features a pool, spa, summer kitchen, dock and boat lift, pergola and a three-car garage, according to the listing.

West Palm Beach, across the waterfront from the town of Palm Beach, has seen a number of high-priced deals. James “Jimmy” Finkelstein, owner of the political newspaper The Hill, and his wife recently paid $5.6 million for a condo in West Palm Beach.

And in July, an auto insurance chief bought a waterfront mansion for $10.2 million.