A palatial Delray Beach, Florida, home that sold to a secret buyer that is international $19 million on March 12—marking the highest sales price in the area in three years—has already come back on the market, this time asking $23 million.
“[The buyer] had a change of circumstances in that they’re not going to be able to come to the U.S. as much as they had hoped, [and] relocate the family,” said Senada Adzem, listing agent with the Douglas Elliman, who also represented both sides of the March deal. “It’s mostly for Covid-related reasons. They’re very disappointed.”
The seller purchased the home through a shell that is delaware-based, 9192 Rockybrook Way LLC, home documents reveal. (Ms. Adzem didn’t reveal the true name of the seller, and their identity is not available via property records.)
As for the $4 million price increase of the property, named the Rockybrook Estate, Ms. Adzem notes that $23.5 million was its original asking price prior to its most sale that is recent
“Then we’d modified it to $22 million,” Ms. Adzem stated. “And we’d negotiated $19 million while the most readily useful and last for both events.”
Given the demand that is high shrinking inventory in Florida’s luxury market, “we feel very strongly that this [$23 million asking] price is going to [be supported by the market], particularly knowing where the market is and how it’s changed even since the client acquired the property,” Ms. Adzem said. “Prices have gone up and inventory has gone down.”
The home itself, from Brenner Architecture, sits on 2.7 acres on the waterfront in the Stone Creek Ranch luxury community, and spans 31,000 square feet, with seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms that are full.
A sodium water pool influenced by the Wynn vegas casino-hotel is surrounded by a tropically landscaped entertaining area that features fire pits, a covered dining area, and a summer kitchen that is full. (In addition to the space that is outdoor the primary home, your home features a different commercial catering home.)
Other notable amenities consist of a championship tennis court, spa and beauty shop, club space, cigar space, personal movie theater space, a Zen yard area with a koi pond, and a spacious children’s lounge with a two-lane bowling alley.
The main room is found in its wing that is own that a study lounge, kitchenette, and a balcony with a fireplace, whirlpool, and sun deck that overlook the rest of the property.
“[RockyBrook] is a megamansion in a community that is gated plus it’s rare to own a mansion of the magnitude,” Ms. Adzem stated. “A great deal of this families going to Florida wish safety and privacy as their primary parameters, to own their mini that is own resort*)As for the current sellers, Ms. Adzem said, “The only bright side of this whole situation is as an investment. that they know they’re going to be able to see it”