The $ 19 million mansion is being offered in Delray Seashore, setting a brand new report for dwelling gross sales
A 21,000-square-foot mega-home in South Florida is the most expensive oceanfront home ever sold in Delray Beach. With a retail price of $ 19 million, it’s the top sale in the city for over three years, according to MLS.
“Resort-style life is a driving force in the ultra-luxury market,” listing agent Senada Adzem told CNBC. “Because of the pandemic, people are rethinking their way of life – their wants and needs.”
Aerial view of the Rockybrook Estate in Delray Beach, FL
Known as the Rockybrook Estate, the property was originally listed at $ 23.5 million in May in the middle of the pandemic. Adzem says the house could only be viewed virtually for its first month on the market due to Covid-19. The price was cut to just over $ 21.9 million before it went on sale for $ 19 million earlier this month.
According to MLS, the most expensive sale in Delray Beach last year was $ 17 million for 9200 Rockybrook Way, known as The Sundara Estate. The 18,000-square-foot mansion was also represented by Adzem, whose team had sales of over $ 200 million during the pandemic, which was their team’s best year, according to real estate brokerage firm Douglas Elliman.
The Rockybrook Estate, located adjacent to Sundara at 9192 Rockybrook Way, consists of seven bedrooms and 14 baths on 2.5 acres in a private community called Stone Creek Ranch. The gated neighborhood has 37 properties in total and is about twenty miles south of Palm Beach and fifty miles north of Miami
The following is in the record breaking house in Delray Beach:
The large double staircase in the foyer
The foyer has 32-foot ceilings and a large double staircase in a style that Adzem describes as “modern classicism with glamor thrown back”.
The great room
The large room walls are clad with white marble and inlaid with inlaid stainless steel, which has been laser-cut into an arabesque pattern and polished to a mirror-like finish. The 32-foot wall of windows overlooking the back yard, Adzem says, is hurricane-proof.
Rockybrooks 250,000 gallon pool
“The convenience-rich property includes a 250,000-gallon heated pool reminiscent of the Wynn Las Vegas, plus a grotto, summer kitchen, and tennis court,” Adzem told CNBC.
View of the pool and pavilion with waterfall function
The water world in the back yard includes fire games, waterfalls and a large pavilion.
The main kitchen of the house has two massive white marble islands, two sinks, two dishwashers, two sub-zero refrigerators, two Wolf ovens under the counter, and two more pairs of ovens built into a wall of custom-made cabinets.
Just a few steps from the main kitchen is a completely separate kitchen area.
The owner’s suite has a king-size bed with a solid leather headboard and glass doors that lead to a private terrace with a view of the house’s mega pool.
Your bathroom with a fireplace, whirlpool, and amethyst accents.
Her bathroom is covered in white marble and amethyst. The super-large bathroom has a fireplace and a large crystal chandelier that hangs over the hot tub.
His walk-in closet
His walk-in closet includes leather-covered drawers and lighted shelves.
Your closet has an island with a glass top for storing accessories, three crystal chandeliers and floor-to-ceiling shelves and cupboards.
One of three en-suite bedrooms in the children’s wing.
The “children’s wing” of the house, as Adzem describes it, comprises three en-suite bedrooms,
Lounge in the children’s wing.
a lounge, a living room, a kitchenette
Two-lane bowling alley
and a two-lane bowling alley.
Wine cellar with glass cladding
The wine storage room is a combination of glass and polished steel that creates the illusion of wine bottles floating in the air.
The dining room seats fourteen guests under a mother-of-pearl-lined ceiling.
The bar in Rockybrooks Club Lounge.
The property’s clubby lounge includes a bar flanked by two wine coolers, a wall of backlit stone, and over a dozen pendant lights hanging over a stone bar.
Salon treatment room
There is also a salon and treatment room.
And a cinema for 20 people with a retro Hollywood theme. The reclining seats are clad in imported Italian leather and the surround sound system is seamlessly integrated into the backlit walls.
The sellers were Bradley Cohen, co-founder of Insurance Care Direct, and Sandra Cohen, founder of Baciami Moda, the buyer of the house remains unknown.