A house in Palm Seashore, Florida has sold for $132 million, making it the second highest-priced single-family residence on document for the U.S. The client was Scott Shleifer, cofounder of personal fairness investing arm of Tiger World Administration.
The 21,000-square-foot home had been available on the market just a few weeks in the past with an asking value of $140 million, and regardless of the slight value discount, it nonetheless comes near the costliest home buy within the nation. It ranks simply behind the $165 million buy by Jeff Bezos of David Geffen’s former Beverly Hills estate in 2020.
Hedge funder Ken Griffin nonetheless holds the document for priciest buy of all along with his $238 million purchase of a rental New York’s Central Park South constructing. Griffin has additionally spent at least $350 million combined on purchases in Palm Seashore as a part of his plan to assemble one contiguous parcel that thus far has reached 20 acres in measurement.
Positioned on the water, with billionaire Nelson Peltz as a neighbor, Shleifer’s new residence sits on land beforehand owned by former president Donald Trump, as reported by the Wall Street Journal. On the time Trump owned the property it was often called Maison de L’Amitié. He bought the property to Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev for $95 million in 2008 who later had it subdivided into three parcels. In 2017 Mark Pulte, a serious participant within the homebuilding business, bought the waterfront parcel for $37 million and constructed this nine-bedroom property, which comes with quite a few luxurious facilities corresponding to an out of doors movie show, wine cellar, magnificence spa, oceanfront swimming pool and separate visitor home. The house bought beneath an LLC linked to Pulte.
The vendor was represented by Lawrence Moens of Lawrence A. Moens Associates, the identical one that ceaselessly manages Griffin’s many Palm Seashore purchases. Moen had an funding curiosity within the property, based on The Real Deal. The client was represented by Ryan Serhant of Serhant and Chris Leavitt of Douglas Elliman.
Listed below are just a few extra photographs of the inside.
The home was bought furnished, together with every part seen right here in the lounge:
Subsequent to the indoor firebar is the local weather managed wine storage, itself a press release piece of the lounge.
The fish tank acts as a visible tie-in with the water views.
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