ers found 18 more single-family properties for sale along with 13 more condominiums, according to records from the Palm Beach Board of Realtors Multiple Listing Service.
Even so, those in the market will find 117 single-family properties listed for sale, an MLS search early this week showed. The list is led by a $61.5 million ocean-to-lake estate represented by broker Linda Gary of Linda A. Gary Real Estate.
The seven bedroom, 23,897-square-foot Mediterranean-style house is on Billionaires Row at 1744 S. Ocean Blvd.
It’s among 15 properties listed at more than $20 million.
Bringing up the bottom of the single-family list is 232 Cocoanut Row, a two-bedroom cottage with just 971 square feet, listed by broker Lawrence Moens of Lawrence A. Moens Associates for $885,000.
There also are 21 land listings, although some of those overlap with properties that also appear in the single-family category. Moens has the most expensive vacant lot, a 2-acre oceanfront property at 525 N. County Road priced at $42 million.
Meanwhile, with the lowest-priced land listing, agent John O. Pickett III of Brown Harris Stevens is asking $2.245 million for 402 Seabreeze Ave., a Midtown property measuring less than a fifth of an acre. The land is home to a four-bedroom cottage ready for “renovation or new build,” according to the sales listing.
On the condo scene, shoppers will find 87 units, including co-ops, in Midtown and on the near North End. Prices for those units start at a whopping $15.75 million for a four-bedroom, 5,858-square-foot oceanfront unit in the prime Leverett House at 110 Sunset Ave. That apartment, No. E 2B, is listed by broker Christian Angle of Christian Angle Real Estate.
Trailing the list of Midtown and North
End condo listings is
No. 2014, a studio condo with 271 square feet in the landmarked Palm Beach Hotel Condominium at 235 Sunrise Ave. Agent Valerie Lynn Katz of Keller Williams Realty’s Luxury Home Division has that $135,000 listing.
Another 135 condo listings were being marketed in the MLS this week south of Sloan’s Curve. The most expensive apartment there is priced at $4.55 million in Bellaria, 3000 S. Ocean Blvd. Douglas Elliman agent Nicola A. Higgins, who knows the building as well as just about anyone, has the listing for No. 406, a four-bedroom, 3,717-square foot unit with views of the ocean and the lake.
And if your pockets aren’t quite that deep, the least-expensive South End condo is in a building immediately south of Bellaria. That’s Unit 103 at the Palm Beacher at 3030 S. Ocean Blvd., which is priced at $145,000. The one-bedroom apartment with 1,050 square feet is listed by agent Cheryl Barnes of Lang Realty.
Waiting in the wings — An as-yet-unnamed buyer has a contract pending on a neverlived-in spec house on one of the most prominent lakefront sites on the island, according to the $27.9 million listing updated last week in the local multiple listing service.
On the northeast corner of Everglades Island, the British Colonial-style house at 488 Island Drive was developed on speculation by Malasky Homes and completed early this year. The five-bedroom house offers dramatic three-way water views, with vistas of the busy Intracoastal Waterway, the tranquil lagoon at the west end of Worth Avenue and a channel that separates Everglades Island from the Everglades Golf Course.
Designed by architect Roger Janssen of Dailey Janssen Architects, the house has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and 9,494 square feet of living space, inside and out. It has been marketed with its furnishings.
Christian Angle of Christian Angle Real Estate has the listing. No word yet on the closing date or the amount to change hands.
This five-bedroom house built on speculation at 488 Island Drive is priced, furnished, at $27.9 million, and has apparently found a buyer.