In Palm Beach, this nearly one-acre property offers a beachfront soccer field. The Wall Street Journal recently featured the listing, noting its 228 feet of oceanfront and 2,400-bottle wine cellar.
The $27.5 million listing was constructed in 1970 and offers four bedrooms and six bathrooms. One of the most eyebrow-raising features in the home is the built-in automated cleaning system that cleans the windows on a daily basis.
The former owner of this residence was the late Dan Borislow, the inventor behind magicJack, which allowed voice calls over the Internet. When Borislow purchased the property in 2005, he redeveloped an unbuilt lot on the site to make room for the soccer field.
According to the Wall Street Journal, interested buyers should know that the soccer field is buildable.