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Fort Lauderdale mansion asks $39M, becoming Broward’s priciest home

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Broward County’s new top dog

9 Isla Bahia Drive, Fort Lauderdale
Courtesy of The Chad Carroll Group of Douglas Elliman/Daniel Petroni Photography

A mesmerizing mansion in Fort Lauderdale measuring nearly 20,000 square feet just hit the market asking $39 million ($1,991 per square foot), becoming the most expensive home for sale in Broward County.

Located at 9 Isla Bahia Drive in the exclusive Harbor Beach neighborhood, the residence has five bedrooms, a whopping 17 bathrooms, seven powder rooms (!), and 300 feet of linear water frontage, according to the listing, which is held by Chad Carroll of The Chad Carroll Group at Douglas Elliman. It’s also Broward’s second largest home on the market.

Additional features include a ballroom, an exquisite master suite, an eight-car garage, a gourmet kitchen, a formal office, an elevator, a media room, a game room, a gym, and wine storage. Records show the majestic property is owned by the Von Allmens, who run a private equity investment business, per Boat International, which details the couple’s superyachts—plural.

The grand estate was built in 2001, seven years after the property was acquired for $1.1 million. It was previously asking $35 million a couple of years ago.

All photos are courtesy of Chad Carroll/Daniel Petroni Photography