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‘Iconic’ Palm Beach estate of Stephen Ross’ late uncle asks $26M

Two listings for a combined $26M

The Palm Beach estate of the late Max Fisher
via Corcoran

The Palm Beach estate of the late Max Fisher, who was an advisor to many Republican presidents and uncle to Miami Dolphins owner/Related Companies chairman Stephen Ross, listed for a total of $26 million, according to the Wall Street Journal:

The mansion, a 9,841-square-foot French Regency-style home on the Intracoastal Waterway, will list for $19.95 million, while a 5,780-square-foot guest house across the street will list for $6.2 million.

The main home, built in 1976 by Robert Gottfried,noted for his Regency-style designs, includes eight bedrooms, 7½ bathrooms and a deep water dock on 134 feet of frontage. The Georgian-style guest house, built in 1996, has an additional six bedrooms and 7½ baths.

Fisher’s son called the homes "iconic" because of the people who visited. Take the tours below.

931 North Lake Way — $6.2 million


920 North Lake Way — $19.95 million