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320 Nathan Hale Road

Great family home in the sought-after Southend Intracoastal area. This bright and cheerful 4 bedroom, 2 bath home features an open kitchen, spacious floor plan, and private back patio with intracoastal breezes. Recently updated kitchen, bathroom, air conditioner, duct work and electrical work. New roof in 2016. Perfectly situated just minutes to antique row, Palm Beach, airport, restaurants and beaches! See this listing

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Palm Beach, FL 33480

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201 Everglade Avenue #206, Palm Beach, FL 33480
$5,500 per Month Annually Furnished
$8,500 per Month Seasonally Furnished
Palm Beach ideal in town location! One block from beach and 2 blocks from Intracoastal. Walking distance to shops, markets, top restaurants. 1,570 sq. ft, 2 bedroom, 2 bath corner unit. Includes granite throughout, stainless appliances, custom furniture, walk-in closets, flat screen television and state-of-the-art surround sound. New pool area with new pool, furniture and patio.

3120 S Ocean Blvd #2-501, Palm Beach, FL 33480
$14,500 per Month Seasonally Furnished
$13,000 per Month Annually Furnished
Palm Beach! Fabulous contemporary duplex townhouse, 3 bedroom with all the amenities of a condo, doorman, tennis courts, gym, library, hospitality room. Great views of the ocean from all major rooms plus boat slip. 

3200 S Ocean Blvd #302B
$5,000 per Month Seasonal Furnished
(Available for Sale $449,000) 
Palm Beach turn key unit on the beach. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, split floor plan. Offers ocean views from all rooms. Marble counters in the kitchen, washer dryer in unit, enclosed breakfast room. Two balconies with views of the ocean. Underground parking. Boutique building. Perfect vacation apartment.

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Mansion at Bear’s Club in Jupiter sells for $11M

The sellers bought the house for $11.05M in 2008

A mansion in the Bear’s Club residential and golf course community in Jupiter just sold for $11 million, property records show.

The 17,012-square-foot house at 130 Bear’s Club Drive traded for about $646 per square foot. Records show the buyer is Ashford Holdings LLC, a Delaware limited liability company. The seller is represented by the wealth management firm Stonehage Fleming, based in London. The seller bought the house for $11.05 million in 2008, when the housing market crashed.

The seven-bedroom, 10-bathroom residence was built by custom-home builder Tuscan Harvey in 2003, according to a previous listing. It features wood floors, three fireplaces, a home theater, recording studio, game room, six-car garage, and a 4,120-square-foot guest home. Outside, the mansion features six covered patios, a tennis court, outdoor kitchen with a barbecue and fireplace, and a pool and spa, according to previous listings.

Residences at the Bear’s Club community, founded by golfer Jack Nicklaus and his wife Barbara, share access to an 18-hole golf course and a 40,000-square-foot clubhouse.

Despite selling for less than its previous sale price, the trade stands out as one of the highest recently at the Bear’s Club. The exclusive community has been home to celebrities like basketball legend Michael Jordan, tennis stars Serena and Venus Williams, and professional golfers Luke Donald, Ernie Els and Michelle Wie.

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Henry Flagler’s statue to get a new home in Palm Beach

Palm Beach founder Henry Flagler is moving— well, his statue is — to Main Street

Henry Flagler’s statue is set to get a new home in Palm Beach.

The Palm Beach Town Council approved funds up to $22,000 on Wednesday to relocate the statue to the town’s Main Street. Flagler’s descendant is also contributing up to $11,000 to cover project costs, according to the Palm Beach Daily News.

Flagler was the founder of Standard Oil and of what became the Florida East Coast Railway and was a pioneer in the development of Florida. He is considered the father of Miami and Palm Beach. He died in Palm Beach in 1913.

The 11-foot bronze Flagler statue will be moved to the Royal Poinciana Way median east of the Flagler Memorial Bridge and Bradley Place intersection in Palm Beach.

During the reconstruction of the new Flagler Memorial Bridge, the 11-foot Flagler was put in storage. Before that, it was east of the north bridge near the Golden Eagle and flagpole, according to the Palm Beach Daily News.

“I think it’s a much better location in the Royal Poinciana median,” Mayor Gail Coniglio told the Palm Beach Daily News. “It’s a better separation of the flag and the eagle as you cross the bridge.” — Grace Guarnieri

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Princess enjoyed ‘many good memories’ at vacation home in Palm Beach

Princess enjoyed ‘many good memories’ at vacation home in Palm Beach

By Christine Davis – Special to the Daily News
Family is family, a truism that applies no matter the family’s provenance.

New York City-based jewelry designer Prince Dimitri of Yugoslavia is helping his mother, Princess Maria Pia de Savoie de Bourbon-Parme, sell her Palm Beach vacation home at 207 Pendleton Ave.

Her husband and Prince Dimitri’s stepfather, Prince Michel of Bourbon-Parme, is too infirm to travel, the prince explains.
“My mother didn’t come to Palm Beach this year. My stepfather is the love of her life, and she stayed with him in Paris. She’s too heartbroken to come alone to Palm Beach,” he says.

“She’s decided to sell and remember her times there as many good memories.”
The four-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath house — with 4,843 square feet of living space, inside and out — is listed for sale for $3.9 million by agent Crista Fanjul Ryan of Tina Fanjul Associates Real Estate.

His mother and stepfather bought the Midtown house in 1994 and made improvements to their liking. This was their second home on the island, the prince says.

The late actor Douglas Fairbanks Jr. invited his mother and stepfather to visit in the 1970s, he recounts, and, soon after, they bought the house next to Fairbanks, who lived at the Vicarage.

“He was an old family friend,” the prince recalls. “Grandmother’s sister, the Duchess of Kent, was friends with him before the war, and then he became friends with my grandmother, Princess Olga, and then friends with my mother and stepfather.”

At that time, the prince was at college, and he and his siblings spent holidays at the house.

“I moved to New York in 1983, but I went there a lot, and a few of my brothers and sisters lived there as well. Between my mother and my stepfather, there are nine of us. But little by little, everybody went back to live in Europe, and their house became too big and too empty,” he says.

That’s how his mother and stepfather came to live in the house on Pendleton Avenue, several blocks north of Royal Palm Way. Designed by noted society architect John L. Volk in 1952, it’s a traditional-style Colonial home — with two stories and a white-brick exterior — overlooking the Breakers Golf Course.

Anchoring the straightforward floor plan, the formal foyer and circular stairway are at the front center of the house, with the living room to the west and the library to the east. The family room lies to the north and to its east is the kitchen, which accesses the garage and staff quarters.
Upstairs, a central landing leads to the master suite and three guest-bedroom suites. There’s a balcony off the master bathroom.

Features include hardwood floors throughout, a fireplace in the living room and sliding-glass doors in the loggia that open to a covered patio. Outside, the pool and fountain are set in a fenced-in garden with mature trees and tropical landscaping.

As an expert on gemstones, the prince says he would equate this house to the Golconda diamond.

“Why not? Those diamonds are the most sought after,” he quips. “This house is a lovely house, and almost all the rooms are corner rooms with two exposures and lots of light.

“It’s incredibly cozy and comfortable, and its most important feature is its charm. It’s the kind of place where you are happy to be, even in bad weather.”

His mother had a pleasant life with many friends in Palm Beach, and over the years, she has hosted a list of notables in her homes, he says.

“Queen Sirikit of Thailand would come to see her. Princess Margaret visited, as well as the king and queen of Romania, the grand duchess of Luxembourg, and my grandmother, the queen of Italy. Astronaut Edgar Mitchell was an old friend, too.”

When she first toured the house 23 years ago, his mother saw its potential immediately, the prince recalls.

“She and my stepfather renovated it, and she’s good at decorating. She thought it was perfect, exactly what she wanted, and well built with lovely proportions.”


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Office : 561.659.5113
220 Sunrise Ave
Ste. 103
Palm Beach, FL 33480

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2660 S OCEAN BLVD, 702 S 

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220 Sunrise Ave
Suite 103
Palm Beach, Florida 33480

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207 Pendleton Avenue

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4 Bedrooms | 5 Bathrooms | 1 Powder Room

Traditional white brick colonial 2 story home overlooking the Breakers Golf Course that is full of natural light. Formal foyer with a circular staircase, living room with floor to ceiling windows, fireplace and opens to a large sun filled loggia. There is a formal dining room and the kitchen has an eat in area, butler’s pantry and ready for an update. The master bedroom has a his and hers bathroom and a study, all other 3 bedrooms have private bathrooms. The pool is wonderful with a fountain and located off a covered patio. The garden has mature trees, fenced in yard that creates a lush private tropical setting. See this listing
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Office : 561.659.5113
220 Sunrise Ave
Ste. 103
Palm Beach, FL 33480

Digs too deep? Palm Beach residents sue the town over undergrounding utility lines.

The assessments are for 30 years and the town estimates the average at $1,134 for a single-family home and $316 for a condo, annually.


Two Palm Beach residents just filed suit against the town over a planned project to underground utility lines.

Condominium owner Carol Kosberg and single-family homeowner Michael Scharf filed a lawsuit seeking class action status, after the town council’s recent vote to levy special assessments on property owners to fund the estimated $90 million project, the Palm Beach Daily News reported.

The suit also lists Palm Beach County Property Appraiser Dorothy Jacks and Palm Beach County Tax Collector Anne Gannon as defendants.

Town Manager Tom Bradford told the Palm Beach Daily News that the project groundbreaking ceremonies are still scheduled for Friday.

Last week, Kosberg dropped her lawsuit filed last year that alleged ballot language was misleading in a March 2016 referendum to vote on financing the project.

In the new suit, Kosberg and Scharf allege that the special assessments are invalid because the town used a consultant’s “arbitrary assessment methodology,” and that the consultant’s report “hypothesized” special benefits of safety, reliability, and aesthetics based on a property’s size, density, location and other factors, according to the Palm Beach Daily News.

Kosberg and Scharf filed the lawsuit as a class action on behalf of themselves and the owners of more than 7,000 condo units, single-family homes and commercial properties in Palm Beach.

The Palm Beach assessments are for 30 years and the town estimates the average assessment at $1,134 for a single-family home and $316 for a condo, annually.[PalmBeachDailyNews] — Ina Cordle

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Palm Beach Property News and Trends Summer 2017

Tina Fanjul Associates
Property News and Trends

Palm Beach, Florida – August 1, 2017 – Tina Fanjul Associates reported year-to-date, condominium sales (mid town) are the winner with sold volume up 103% , total closed sales up 50% with the median sales price of $1,979,138 up 31% from last year.

Residential (between the Inlet and Sloans Curve) also had strong climbs with sold volume up 47%. Wells Road to the Inlet reported median sales price of $4,225,000 up 8%, Wells Road to Worth Avenue reported the median price of $3,250,000 down 10% and Worth Avenue to Sloans Curve of $16,668,900 up 86%.

This year we expect land values to continue driving the market upwards. We conclude that your purchases and sales in 2017 proved to be a strong, sound investment.

Thank you for giving our team the opportunity to sell your property. It has been proven to be a home run and please continue to call us to price your property correctly according to our changing markets.

This report is according to the latest housing data released by Tina Fanjul Associates research department in affiliation with the Palm Beach Multiple Listing Service. The best real estate office to help you find the right buyer at the right price. Trust us for accurate details on all real estate transactions and in selling and buying property in Palm Beach.

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1500 S Ocean Boulevard
This Direct Oceanfront to Lake-front Island style home was designed and built in 2008 with the finest custom details available and is the perfect family gathering spot for fun in the sun. The home is situated on 1.6 acres in Manalapan, has 178 feet of ocean frontage, 139 feet of lake-front and a dock with a lift. 
The living room, Florida room, library, kitchen, breakfast room, covered porch, summer kitchen, pool, jacuzzi and all 6 bedrooms have expansive views of the water. An attractive setback security gate frames the property and offers the up most privacy and security. The motor court leads to the tropical coconut lined entrance and to the a 4-car garage that is lined with bougainvillea. This house is a must see.  Especially all the custom finishes throughout that make this house feel like you’re living in the tropics.

North Lake Way
This  lake-front island-style home has been totally rebuilt, renovated, and decorated, has 8,753 total square feet, 7 Bedrooms and 7 and a half baths. Warmth and charm fill the entire space with a gourmet kitchen adjoining the family room and 22-foot soaring cypress beamed ceilings in the living room which also include s lake views.
Outside there is a deep-water dock to house your boat and water sports gear and beautiful gardens surround a pool. A full home generator in the 2-car air conditioned garage will keep amenities accessible at all times. Palm Beach Chic featured this home in its last table book collection.

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246 Eden Road
Traditional Bermuda style 6 bedroom, 5 bathroom, and 2 powder rooms includes a 1 bedroom garage apartment. 
This 6,500 square foot home includes a formal dining room, paneled living room, paneled library, two wine cellars, covered loggia, exercise room, marble baths, hardwood floors, a new pool/jacuzzi, and a large outdoor terrace. It has been completely updated with impact glass, new roof, and full house generator.

170 N Ocean Boulevard, #308
High quality, renovated and updated with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a terrace over looking the ocean. Organic, soundproofed wood flooring ,  every solid wood door is new with sparkling hardware, all new wood moldings,  upgraded kitchen, electrical, and wet bar.
The ceilings were raised and skim coated to give it height, updated master bath with new walk-in shower , large walk in closets with professional storage and hanging systems, new plantation wood shutters, custom drapes, neutral organic wallpaper and understated drum chandelier.  Every detail has been considered and executed.

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Thank you again for your confidence in our work. Count on Tina Fanjul Associates to help you buy and sell property.
I look forward to seeing you in Palm Beach.
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220 Sunrise Ave
Suite 103
Palm Beach, Florida 33480

Ivana Trump sells Palm Beach house for $16.6 million, deed shows.

By Tony Rios Jr.
Miami Office

Ivana Trump sells Palm Beach house for $16.6 million, deed shows.


Ivana Trump’s Concha Marina — the landmarked oceanfront house she bought 20 years ago in the wake of her famous split from Donald Trump — has sold for $16.6 million, according to the deed recorded this week.

Fashion designer and Gulf Stream property owner Tomas Maier is behind the revocable trust that bought the house. The trust is in the name of Thomas R. Maier, a name associated in public documents with the German-born designer. A Tomas Maier apparel boutique operates in the Via Mizner, and he also is the creative director for the Italian fashion label Bottega Veneta.

Ivana Trump paid $4.4 million for the Estate Section house in 1994, two years after her divorce became final.

Mizner-designed house

Noted society architect Addison Mizner designed Concha Marina in 1921, although it later was expanded significantly by other architects. With about 174 feet of beachfront, the property today has nine bedrooms and 14,406 square feet of living space, inside and out, according to sales listing.

The house stands on a lot measuring a little more than three-quarters of an acre with a lawn facing the sea. It’s about a half-mile north of Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club, the couple’s vacation home while they were married.

Among its features, the property has an underground tunnel linking the property to the beach across South Ocean Boulevard.

Ties to Palm Beach

Ivana Trump owned the house in her name and had it homesteaded in Palm Beach County’s tax rolls. She said through a spokeswoman earlier this year that the time had come to downsize. With her three children grown, she said she no longer needs as much space. She also has homes in Miami, London and St. Tropez in the south of France, according to published reports.

Her spokeswoman said Trump plans to maintain ties to Palm Beach because of her children. But she provided no specific information about whether Trump would buy a new home here.

In 1990, the town granted the Jungle Road property landmark status, protecting some of the home’s exterior walls from significant alteration.

Layout evolved

Although he is said to have designed Concha Marina for himself, Mizner sold it a year later to George and Isobel Dodge Sloane. In 1963, many of its original furnishings and fixtures were sold by the Sloane estate in an auction described as one of the most important events of the season, according to coverage in the Daily News.

Concha Marina also was an important venue for social events during the Sloanes’ ownership, newspaper coverage shows. In 1947, for instance, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor were guests of honor at a dinner party there.

Among the architects who worked on the house in the years after it was built were Marion Sims Wyeth, Maurice Fatio, Henry Harding, John Volk, Bryan Simonson and Jeffery Smith. The house’s L-shaped layout has been re-worked considerably over the years, but Mizner’s original architecture is still evident.

In 2012, the Florida chapter of the American Institute of Architects placed the house on a Top 100 list of architecturally significant buildings in the state. It was one of six Palm Beach buildings so honored.

“Although the house has been altered over the course of time, it is a good example of how a Palm Beach house has evolved through the influence of different architects working in the same idiom. Each architect enhanced the pre-existing composition,” reads the AIA statement about the house.

Smith designed a significant restoration project for owner Herbert S. Pheeney, a real estate broker who bought it for $3.5 million in 1989 and later sold it to Trump.

Much of the restoration was spent uncovering and replicating original details that had been removed, disguised or painted over before Pheeney bought it, Smith said.

Home in Gulf Stream

In 2011, Maier told the Daily News he was a fan of Palm Beach. “The town is a unique community, with a remarkable spirit of invention,” he said.

Under the name Thomas Maier, Maier co-owns an oceanfront house in Gulf Stream with Andrew Preston, his longtime partner and business associate, property records show. The two have owned the homesteaded house since 2006, and it is not listed for sale, according to MLS records.

Maier has signed a $10 million mortgage on the Jungle Road property, courthouse filings show.

Along with the Tomas Maier boutique in Palm Beach, another store operates in the Hamptons, and the company has announced plans for a  New York City venue. Bottega Veneta includes locations on Worth Avenue and in Bal Harbour that sell the brand’s signature leather accessories, handbags and fashions.

In addition to the home on Jungle Road, Ivana Trump had bought a house in 1999 at 190 Via Palma she christened Solo Mio (“Mine Alone”). She remodeled it but reportedly never lived in the house before she sold it in 2004.

Trump is a Czechoslovakian native and former model whose business enterprises today include books, fragrances and a line of California wines. She and Donald Trump — her second husband — were married for more than 14 years and had three children together. She has since twice remarried and divorced, most recently to Rossano Rubicondi.

Dated June 27, the deed for 102 Jungle Road wasn’t recorded by the county clerk’s office until Monday.

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