Resi roundup: Capri Investment, Bulfinch bosses sell South Florida luxury homes

Sales spanned Golden Beach to Palm Beach, ranged in price from $11.7M to $13.1M

Resi Roundup: Capri Investment, Bulfinch Bosses Sell Homes
From left: 495 Ocean Boulevard, 170 Everglade Avenue with Eric Schlager and 1801 Royal Palm Way with Eric Schlager (Google Maps, LinkedIn)

In the latest roundup of South Florida luxury residential sales, real estate executives from Chicago and Boston sold homes. 

Sales spanned Golden Beach to Palm Beach, and ranged in price from $11.7 million to $13.1 million. 

Golden Beach

In Golden Beach, a Russian businessman sold his oceanfront house off-market for $13.1 million.

Records show Sergey and Galina Sachenko’s Future Properties LLC sold the home at 495 Ocean Boulevard to a Florida entity named for the address and managed by Jessica Marucci.

Sergey Sachenko shares a name with the head of JSC Alnas, a Moscow-based firm that produces processing equipment for Russia’s largest oil companies, according to published reports. 

The Sachenkos bought the property for $4.6 million in 2016, according to records. They tore down the existing home and completed a new house on the 0.3-acre oceanfront site earlier this year, records show. Property records have yet to update to show the size and scope of the new home.

The property was listed on and off for years, with asking prices ranging from $5.7 million to $13.8 million, shows. The Sachenkos delisted the house in September.

Boca Raton

A former real estate executive sold his mansion in Boca Raton’s Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club for $12.6 million.

Records show Lou and Jennifer Hoyes sold the house at 1801 Royal Palm Way to a trust named for the address and managed by local attorney Jeffrey D. Fisher. The true buyer is unknown.

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David Roberts of Royal Palm Properties represented both the buyer and seller in the deal. 

Lou Hoyes was vice chairman and chief global investment officer for Capri Investment Group, a real estate investment and development firm based in Chicago. He is retired, according to LinkedIn.

He and his wife bought the Boca Raton property for $2.8 million in 2004, records show. They built the 8,000-square-foot mansion in 2006 on nearly 0.7 acres. It has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, one half-bathroom and a pool, according to property records. 

The Hoyes listed the mansion for $13.5 million in May, and went into contract seven days later, Redfin shows. 

Palm Beach

Boston real estate scion Eric Schlager and his wife, Beth Schlager, sold their Palm Beach house for $11.7 million.

The Schlagers sold their house at 170 Everglade Avenue to Luis Vidal and Jennifer Slifka, a married pair of attorneys from Boston.

Spencer Schlager of Douglas Elliman represented both the buyers and sellers in the deal.

Eric Schlager is CEO of Bulfinch, a commercial real estate developer in Boston that his family has owned and operated for three generations. He and his wife bought their Palm Beach house for $1.8 million in 2014, property records show. The 3,700-square-foot house was built in 1972 on 0.3 acres, and has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, one half-bathroom and a pool, according to records. It was recently renovated, the listing shows.

The Schlagers listed the house for $13 million in March, Zillow shows. 

Spencer Schlager now has the listing for Vidal and Slifka’s Sun and Surf penthouse at 130 Sunrise Avenue in Palm Beach, which they bought for $8.3 million last year, records show. The couple listed the 2,500-square-foot unit for $9 million. 

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