Florida’s luxury real estate market

Florida’s luxury real estate market

Florida’s luxury real estate market is flourishing. Ranging from sprawling mansions to sleek condo high-rises, properties are changing hands for enormous sums of money.

One of the most expensive homes for sale in Florida is an expansive beachfront compound once owned by pop music mogul Sean Combs and superstar couple Gloria and Emilio Estafan, now listed for $75 million.

1. Tarpon Isle in Palm Beach

Palm Beach’s only private island, known legally as 10 Tarpon Isle and also as Tarpon Island Way, sits west of the Intracoastal Waterway with breathtaking waterfront views on all four sides. Accessible via a dock on its eastern side or via narrow bridge, this 2.27-acre estate can be yours for $95 million!

Todd Michael Glaser purchased an one-of-a-kind man-made isle in 2021 for its unique qualities; including its modest 1940s home and vast potential. Now the property is up for sale and Christian Angle of Real Estate holds the listing to sell the property.

Contrasting with many Mediterranean-style Palm Beach mansions that feature intricate gold carvings and mahogany panels, this property offers modern simplicity. Inside the main home lies an immense master suite complete with closets and bathrooms – including one waterfront bathroom complete with an enormous soaking tub in front of windows overlooking Intracoastal Waterway.

2. Seminole Landing Oceanfront Estate in Palm Beach

Seminole Landing, an exclusive community with 77-acres and featuring oceanfront, intracoastal, canal front homes with golf course views – priced comfortably in the low seven figures – features luxurious amenities such as smart technology, oversized bedrooms, home offices, movie rooms, game rooms, gourmet kitchens and marble or wood flooring.

12210 Banyan Road stands out among this luxury enclave as an exceptional property, as its oceanfront parcel can only be reached via car or helicopter.

The palatial estate features an ultra-modern Caribbean design with light-filled, view-focused interiors. These interiors blur the line between indoor and outdoor living to create a relaxed resort-like lifestyle. This house is an example of detail-rich design and top craftsmanship with multiple terraces including pool, cabana, summer kitchen plus state-of-the-art theater, wine room and tennis court for entertainment purposes.

3. The Mansion at Rowland Place in St. Petersburg

Built as a luxurious residence, this mansion sits on a tranquil waterfront street nearby world-class restaurants, entertainment venues, museums and parks; not to mention miles of scenic downtown St. Petersburg waterfront.

Interiors feature Italian marble floors and custom entertainment centers featuring a curved TV, while the master bathroom includes both a spa tub and hydro massage tub for ultimate relaxation.

Rowland Place, built and completed by JMC Communities in 2014, is the latest luxury condo building to join downtown St. Petersburg’s luxury condominium market. Nestled between Beach Drive and 1st Street N, it provides convenient access to Chihuly Collection, St Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts, Vinoy Renaissance Resort, Northshore Park, St Petersburg Yacht Club as well as numerous marinas, restaurants and shopping.

Though prices vary on and off the water, buyers can still find great values in this region for properties for sale. If you are curious to explore some properties available for sale in this area, feel free to reach out; we can provide more details regarding specific listings, past sales history, neighborhood trends and much more!

4. The Midcentury Modern Waterfront Estate in St. Petersburg

This home on a deep-water canal with views of Tampa Bay was constructed in 2017 and boasts 132 feet of waterfront, according to its listing. Featuring glass, quartz and wood for a “modern warm” aesthetic and designed to withstand Category 4 hurricane conditions – according to its listing – this modern architecture boasts modern features with glass frontage at one end and wood at the other.

This penthouse occupies all six floors of Rowland Place building and features balconies on all four sides, according to its listing. It offers unobstructed views of Tropicana Field, St. Pete Pier and downtown Tampa skyline; amenities also include a private elevator, poker game room, wine cellar and full kitchen.

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