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.
Recently approved on an 11.5 acres on Blossom Way, his new home will not only be longer than a football field (464 feet) and feature over 800 feet of ocean frontage but its windows and doors will have the capability of "disappearing."
A ginormous Palm Beach estate named Il Palmetto owned by billionaire Netscape co-founder Jim Clark is about to hit the market for $137 million, reports the Wall Street Journal, becoming the priciest listing in Palm Beach County...
For $7.5 million, Max Weinberg, the longtime drummer for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, just purchased this Palm Beach single-family home for $7.5 million. The 4,420-square-foot residence comes with five bedrooms, marble and hardwood flooring.
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 offers four bedrooms.
We're going to take you on a tour of the 10 most expensive homes sold in the Miami area through nearly six months of 2016. The top four home sales were $25 million or higher, with three of them located in Palm Beach.
The 12,747-square-foot spec home has six bedrooms, eight and a half bathrooms, becoming the fifth most expensive listing in Palm Beach County, where nine homes are currently asking $30 million or more.
The four-bedroom contemporary is fresh off a renovation by Marc Michaels and features some stunning wall-to-wall views in the master bedroom. Keeping the view pristine from all areas of the home is an automated window washing system.