This week’s two most expensive new listings came from Florida City and the luxury real estates’ center this week in the Palm Beaches.
There’s another story and not even including the Palm Beach Home of Jim Clark, the founder of Netscape.
Although this $28.5 mansion located in Palm Beach can be one of the most expensive properties this week in the market, it wasn’t even included in the city listing or the priciest properties. It is not even on the top ten.
Here are the top five most expensive listings this week.
With the price of $28,500,000 or $1,825 per square foot, David Rosow owns this mansion with five bedrooms and requires the buyer huge amount of money. This plantation-style grand estate is located right on the Intracoastal Waterway.
Price: $27,500,000 ($5,500 per square foot)
David Geffen‘s apartment with a price of $27,500,000 or $5,500 per square foot has two bedrooms and is located in the Parc V co-op. This two bedroom has converted into “a professionally designed sound proofed screening room with a state-of-the-art projectionist booth.” According to the Wall Street Journal, Geffen, also owns a penthouse in the same building and paid $14.17 million for this luxury place six years ago.
This six-bedroom property lets you see and appreciate the majestic view of the Intracoastal Waterway. It is owned by Merck pharmaceutical with the price of $27,000,000 or $1,887 per square foot.
With the picturesque views of Mandeville Canyon, this luxurious seven-bedroom mansion has a total price of $19,950,000 or $1,662 per square foot.
With the price of $19,500,000 or $1,969 per square foot it was purchased for $14.3 million in May by the current owner.