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Fort Lauderdale estate with 750 feet of water frontage asks $39M

A new mansion in Las Olas Isles

A $39 million estate in Fort Lauderdale named Bella Fortuna
Courtesy of Katrina Campins of Katrina Campins Group

An award-winning Fort Lauderdale estate named Bella Fortuna is on the market asking $39 million (and $2,248 per square foot), making it tied with another Fort Lauderdale mansion for the honor of being the most expensive home for sale in Broward County.

The 17,352-square-foot home boasts 750 feet of water frontage and spans 27 rooms, including a secret panic room, according to listing agent Katrina Campins of Katrina Campins Group.

The property used to belong to the Huizenga family before architect Jeffrey W. Smith of Smith Architectural Group designed a towering new mansion in 2015 after it sold in 2010 for $7.64 million.

Additional highlights:

  • Recipient of 13 awards, including the Addison Mizner Award for Classical Architecture
  • Elevated foundation — the first floor is 10 feet above sea level
  • 350-foot concrete dock
  • Terrazzo floors mimicking the estates of Veneto, Italy
  • Butternut wood library
  • Elevator
  • Massage room
  • French lava stone kitchen countertops
  • Hand-painted imported Portuguese wall tiles
  • Heated saltwater pool
  • Three loggias and seven balconies
  • Gym
  • Theater
  • 5-hole putting green

“After 20 years in the real estate industry working at the highest level, the award-winning intricate architectural components of Bella Fortuna surpass those of any estate that I’ve seen in my career,” Campins said.