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Anheuser-Busch heir buys Palm Beach manse for $11M

By | 2018-02-09T06:08:19+00:00 February 9th, 2018|Featured, home page, news|

Anheuser-Busch heir buys Palm Beach manse for $11M Home sold for 35% less than original $17.5M asking price. The heir of a major beer company just brewed up a sweet deal on a Palm Beach mansion. Property records show Robert R. Hermann Jr., the president and CEO of one of the largest private employers in

$61.5 Million Mansion Joins Billionaire’s Row in Palm Beach

By | 2018-02-09T06:01:13+00:00 February 8th, 2018|Featured, news|

It is the fourth most expensive house on the market on the Florida island.   A nearly 23,000-square-foot mansion hit the Palm Beach, Florida, market for $61.5 million this week, making it the fourth most expensive house on the market on the island. The new-construction property is owned by Keith Frankel, CEO and founder of

Billionaire James Clark Relists Florida Home at a Discount

By | 2018-01-24T02:12:10+00:00 January 24th, 2018|Featured, home page, news|

Billionaire James Clark Relists Florida Home for $95M, a $42M Discount The co-founder of Netscape was asking $137 million for the Palm Beach estate in 2016     James H. Clark, a billionaire who founded and invested in many well-known technology companies, including Netscape and WebMD, put his oceanfront estate in Palm Beach, Florida, back on

Carlyle managing director drops $22M on waterfront Palm Beach manse

By | 2018-01-16T05:42:36+00:00 January 16th, 2018|Featured, home page, news|

10k sf home sold at a 16% discount    A Carlyle Group managing director just paid $22.3 million for a waterfront Palm Beach mansion, property records show. Marcel van Poecke, and his wife, Irina Liner, bought the 10,400-square-foot mansion at 726 Hi Mount Road for about $2,135 per square foot. He oversees investments in the oil and

Ranking Palm Beach

By | 2018-01-09T03:03:27+00:00 January 9th, 2018|Featured, home page, news|

The county’s most expensive home sales this cycle show a market trending upward, and the volume of spec building suggests developers expect that to continue.   Local developers and brokers say the gold-plated bubble of Palm Beach real estate won’t pop anytime soon, as the mega-wealthy continue to park their millions in the area, spurring