A rather novel way of marketing a residence is what a Douglas Elliman real estate lady agent has opted for in the case of this magnificent waterfront estate (the largest residence in Boca Raton) which is on the market for $12.75-million, sitting on 0.82 acares in this sought-after city in Palm Beach County, Florida. She included in the price of the gated estate the owner’s limited edition Rolls-Royce Phantom, with his consent, of course. The jumbo offer looks so attractive on account of the luxurious and unique quality of the components.
The property hosts two separate buildings. Built in 2001, the two-story main house featuring 7 bedrooms (including two master bedrooms) and 8 full 2 partial bathrooms is sprawled on 16,200 living square feet and also include two chef’s kosher kitchens, two dining rooms, two additional dining areas, two living rooms, two family rooms, two dens, two utility rooms and laundry space. Highlights of the home include a media room, a sweeping stairwell, built-in shelves, custom mirror, walk-in closets, wet bar, fireplaces and elevator, lavish outdoor entertainment area, loggia, an infinity-edge pool, a spa and a zen garden. The guest quarters span over 7,000 square feet of living space. The Rolls-Royce is parked in the 9-car garage attached to the main building.
The Mediderranean home can accommodate the most discerning buyer, as it is situated on renowned Lake Boca Raton, having direct access to the ocean. It is unique in the area also on account of the capacity of its docks to accommodate three mega yachts.