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Hillsboro Beach Mansion, Once Priciest in America, to Be Auctioned

Concierge Auctions, in association with One Sotheby’s International Realty, is auctioning off the 60,000-square-foot home known as "Le Pais Royal"

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    Broward Mansion on the Market for Near Record $159 Million

    If you happened to be in the market for a new home in South Florida and have a spare $159 million laying around, one home in Hillsboro Beach could be the place for you.

    (Published Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018)

    What to Know

    • Concierge Auctions, in association with One Sotheby’s International Realty, is auctioning off the 60,000 square foot home this November.

    • Need a place to park your car? No worries – the 20 car garage should give you plenty of room.

    • The property also sits on 500 feet of private ocean front beach – and includes a wine cellar that can hold over 3,000 bottles.

    A South Florida home that was once listed as the nation's pricest, is hitting the auction block in November. 

    Concierge Auctions, in association with One Sotheby’s International Realty, is auctioning off the 60,000-square-foot home known as "Le Pais Royal."

    The 11-bedroom home with 22-carat gold leaf-coated balconies, fountains, gates and doors hit the market back in 2015 for $159 million. The listing was taken down a year later. 

    The estate also features 22 bathrooms, an IMAX home theater, heated infinity pool, oversized Jacuzzi and six waterfalls. It includes a wine cellar that can hold over 3,000 bottles and has independent temperature and humidity control with an adjacent tasting room.

    Need a place to park your car? No worries – the 20 car garage should give you plenty of room. Worried about where you can place your boat? The only ocean-to-intercostal property on the entire Gold Coast has two deep water docks that can house both a 220-foot yacht and a 150-foot yacht at the same time.

    The property also sits on 500 feet of private ocean front beach.

    Bidding on the home starts on Nov. 12 and will close with a live auction on Nov. 15. While the listing has no reserve price, prospective buyers must put down a $250,000 deposit just to bid. Don’t worry, though, you will get that money back if you don’t have the winning bid.

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