The 10 most expensive homes on the market in Florida
1 $195 million
The Ziff family owns the 33-bedroom, 16-acre estate south of Palm Beach. It has 1,200 feet of beach frontage, 1,300 feet on the Intracoastal and a furnished, air-conditioned tunnel running under A1A connecting the main house to guest houses. The property tax alone is $1 million a year.
2 $65 million
46 Star Island, Miami Beach
Built as the home of the Miami Yacht Club and later converted into a single-family home, it has 255 feet of waterfront. The 10-bed, 10-bath home, owned by Marco Iacovelli, founder of auto-parts company Rally Manufacturing, sits at the northern tip of Star Island, longtime home to some of Florida’s top business leaders and celebrities, including Emilio and Gloria Estefan.
3 $65 million
800 S. Pointe Drive Apogee South Beach
If he gets his price, investor William Dunker will set a record for a Miami Beach condo. His 8,271-sq.-ft. penthouse in the Apogee South Beach covers three floors, has five bedrooms, seven baths and 13,150 square feet outdoors with a pool, movie screen, kitchen and hot tub. Dunker bought it for $16.5 million in 2008.
4 $55 million
Faena House 3315 Collins Ave.,
Citadel hedge fund’s Ken Griffin paid $60 million for two units at Faena House in 2015. He’s since relisted them separately for a total of $73 million. Pictured is the penthouse, the higher priced of the two. The five-bedroom, five-bath unit has 8,273 square feet and a roof deck with an outdoor pool. The other unit is directly below.
5 $55 million 382 S.
Beach Road, Hobe Sound
Eight-acre waterfront estate on Jupiter Island owned by golfer Greg Norman.
6 $49 million
1832 Galleon Drive, Naples
Owned by Gail and James McCready. He owns an investment firm.
7 $43 million
3085 Munroe Drive Coconut Grove, Miami
Reportedly owned by Colombia interior designer Catalina Echavarria.
8 $39.5 million
321 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
Owned by private equity head and former CEO of Russia’s Gazprom-Media Boris Jordan and his wife, Elizabeth, the four-bedroom penthouse has a dining table that fits 40. The couple bought preconstruction and listed it a few months after taking ownership.
9 $39 million
400 S. Mashta, Key Biscayne
Owned by Aurelio Fernandez, a retired tech executive and real estate investor, and his pediatrician wife, Berta, the bayfront, five-bedroom house was a location in the Miami Vice movie.
10 $35.9 million
5004 N. Bay Road, Miami Beach
The home is owned by developers and builders Chicken Kitchen founder Christian De Berdouare and his TV journalist wife, Jennifer Valoppi, who live nearby.