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