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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.

Happy hunt­ing!

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.

Dar­rell Hofheinz / Daily News

This five-bed­room house built on spec­u­la­tion at 488 Is­land Drive is priced, fur­nished, at $27.9 mil­lion, and has ap­par­ently found a buyer.

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