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Formerly owned by Shaquille O’Neal, this sprawling Star Island estate features a 5,000-square-foot gym and marble gazebo as well as 21-foot ceilings and intricate woodworking.
1. Tarpon Isle in Palm Beach
Few luxuries surpass owning your own private island, and Florida’s glamorous Palm Beach just got another one for sale: Tarpon Isle is listed for an astounding $218 million; making it Florida’s most expensive single-family home and surpassing Oracle founder Larry Ellison’s North Palm Beach compound by $25 million.
Todd Michael Glaser purchased the property for $85 million with ambitious plans in 2021 and had grand ambitions for it. He built a new main house, turned a modest 1930s estate into a guest home, renovated an older pool area and revamped an updated tennis court – among many other changes.
Inside, this mansion was designed with stunning water views in mind. For example, its master bathroom is a temple of white Italian marble covering floors, walls and countertops; featuring an extra-large soaking tub perched directly in front of windows overlooking Intracoastal Waterway.
2. Ocean Boulevard compound in Miami
Golden Beach has long been famed for its breathtaking beachfront properties, but this property stands out among them with 250 feet of ocean frontage on 1.5 acres and family friendly living quarters that showcase breathtaking ocean views from within the home itself. Soaring ceilings create an idyllic space perfect for family living while providing stunning panoramic vistas.
This iconic street is best-known for its Art Deco architecture that dates back to Miami’s midcentury tourism heyday. Additionally, its Art Deco aesthetic has served as the backdrop of numerous films like Scarface and Miami Vice, and even featured prominently in 2002 Grand Theft Auto video game.
The luxurious 1500 Ocean Drive condominiums are situated at the center of South Beach, just minutes away from its most exciting clubs, restaurants, bars and beaches. Designed by Michael Graves for 112 condo residences spanning 16 stories – making this building an ideal place to experience all that Miami Beach has to offer right outside your door! Best yet? Just walk over to Ocean Drive or South Pointe Park!
3. The Burton Estate in Paradise Cove
This sprawling estate on a bluff above the beach boasts breathtaking coastal views. Built in 1974 and designed by architect Doug Burdge – who added walls of glass and oversize windows – this sprawling property was purchased for $36.5 million by British video game producer Jon Burton–famous for Sonic the Hedgehog series and Lego movies–and his ex-wife Helen in 2012.
The couple reportedly invested well over $5 million in upgrades and renovations, including demolishing walls to open up spaces and landscaping with Redwood, Eucalyptus and Citrus trees as well as installing a pool and several guest houses.
Kurt Rappaport and Lisa Laughlin from Sotheby’s International Realty held the listing. Hollywood movie producer Edward “Ted” Hamm, an heir of Hamm’s beer fortune who produced hit films like Get Out and BlacKkKlansman was the buyer and purchased this 6.7-acre estate at $125 million; featuring a colonnade entry with two-story high foyer featuring hand carved wood front door leading to fireside living room with French doors that lead out onto terrace.
4. Rowland Place penthouse in St. Petersburg
Experience breathtaking sunrises over the bay and breathtaking sunsets that frame downtown St. Petersburg from this exquisite residence on the 19th floor of Bayfront Tower. From its spacious primary suite and bath to its new travertine tile flooring and crown molding features, the contemporary features exude elegance.
This remarkable sky home can be found within the boutique Rowland Place building off Beach Drive, according to its listing. Designed by JMC Communities, it occupies one floor of the building and boasts balconies on all four corners for panoramic views of Tropicana Field, St. Pete Pier and city skylines.
Interior features include natural lighting, wine room and entertainment area. This penthouse comes equipped with its own private elevator as well as two garage parking spots – just one of several upscale buildings under construction in this vibrant neighborhood such as Ovation high rise and 14-story Silhouette tower.