The most costly residence gross sales in Palm Seaside County
The homes in this month’s Top 5 list include one with six garages and another with a 2,000-bottle wine wall. Why does anyone need six garages and 2,000 bottles of wine? Because this is Palm Beach County baby! And all those transplants from the northeast (New York) need to keep their most precious assets in the Sunshine State to show the tax man where their fealty lies. That includes the Bentleys and the booze.
Below are the Top 5 home sales for the past month in Palm Beach County excluding the Town of Palm Beach. The list was gathered with information from filed deeds, the Palm Beach County Property Appraiser and the online brokerage firm Redfin. It may not be exhaustive or include off-market listings.
Address: 372 E. Alexander Palm Road, Boca Raton
Price: $28 million
Sale date: Feb. 15, 2023
Listing agent: David W. Roberts, Royal Palm Properties represented both buyer and seller, according to Realtor.com.
Buyer: Frances Moceri, as Trustee of the Moceri Family Living Trust
Seller: Jeffrey A. Baskies as Trustee of the 372 Alexander Palm Trust Agreement
Property includes two primary bathrooms, six bedrooms, six garages, and 10,600 square feet under air.
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Address: 9200 Rockybrook Way, Delray Beach
Price: $26 million
Sale date: Feb. 18, 2023
Listing agent: Senada Adzem, Douglas Elliman represented both buyer and seller, according to Realtor.com
Buyer: WMCF, LLC, an Ohio limited liability company
Seller: HH Delray LLC, a Delaware limited liability company
This property, which is called the Sundara Estate, includes seven bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, 18,000 square feet under air and an outdoor oasis inspired by the “Zen-infused luxury of the Four Seasons Bali.”
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Address: 199 Commodore Drive, Jupiter
Sale price: $13.75 million
Sale date: Feb. 15, 2023
Listing agent:Rob Thomson, Waterfront Properties & Club Communities represented both buyer and seller, according to Realtor.com
Buyer: John M. Purdy, Jr. and Thomas J. Filomeno as trustees of the Trust for the Benefit of John M. Purdy, Jr.
Seller: Frank C. Scarpa and Janet Gail Scarpa
Described as a “trophy property,” this home includes direct Intracoastal frontage and protected water frontage for a large yacht in the prestigious Admirals Cove community.
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Address: 114 Quayside Drive, Jupiter
Sale price: $9.85 million
Sale date: Feb. 17, 2023
Listing agent: Rob Thomson, Waterfront Properties & Club Communities represented both buyer and seller, according to Realtor.com
Buyer: Steven R. Rooney and Karen K. Rooney as trustees of the Steven R. And Karen K. Rooney Revocable Grantor Trust
Seller: Beri Investments 114 Quayside, LLC
This home is new construction with a 2,000-bottle wine wall, custom elevator, two primary bathrooms, and a dock that can accommodate a large yacht.
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Address: 1199 Spanish River Road, Boca Raton
Sale price: $9 million
Sale date: Feb. 6, 2023
Listing agent: Joseph G. Liguori, Carmen N. D’Angelo, Jr., Gerard P. Liguori with Premier Estate Properties
Buyer agent:Kevin R. Kreutzfeld with Premier Estate Properties
Buyer: Emme Development, LLC, a Delaware Limited Liability Company
Seller: Matthew Peppler and Ekaterina Peppler
This property includes three loggias along the Intracoastal Waterway, five bedrooms, six bathrooms and was the result of a 2006 collaboration between luxury homebuilder Mark Timothy, Inc., and architect Thomas Kirchoff.
Kimberly Miller is a veteran journalist for The Palm Beach Post, part of the USA Today Network of Florida. She covers real estate and how growth affects South Florida’s environment. Subscribe to The Dirt for a weekly real estate roundup. If you have news tips, please send them to [email protected] Help support our local journalism, subscribe today.