This $295 Million Estate For Sale In Florida May Be America’s Most Expensive Home

The record-breaking waterfront paradise is up for grabs in Naples, Florida.


(Dawn McKenna Group)

There’s prime real estate, and then there’s real estate that defies convention entirely. And a newly-listed property that’s being called the most expensive home in the United States just happens to be both, and then some.

(Dawn McKenna Group)

The Port Royal listing (technically 100 Bay Road) in sunny Naples is being touted as a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a private oasis,” boasting two guest homes and one lavish primary home, with a stunning array of accommodations and amenities.

(Dawn McKenna Group)

Suffice to say, the luxury real estate market has never looked quite so good, so sunny or so spacious.

The property is being sold by the family of late Federated Investors cofounder John Donahu and his late wife.

(Dawn McKenna Group)

The nine-acre property comes complete with its own 231-foot yacht basin and a private 111-foot T-dock, and the listing notes that it also features more than 1,600 feet of water frontage.

(Dawn McKenna Group)

The property, situated within the luxe and exclusive Port Royal neighborhood and listed by Dawn McKenna Group through Coldwell Banker, “offers endless possibilities for future generations to create their own memories,” complete with six bedrooms and 22 bathrooms throughout.

(Dawn McKenna Group)

A variety of cathedral and vaulted ceilings dot the property’s structures, with space for up to 11 cars (including garage space for 9) throughout the elegant beachfront property.

(Dawn McKenna Group)

Of the property (built in 1989), the listing notes that “there is nothing like it, anywhere,” and that very well might be an understatement.

As of last summer, the Casa Encantada Bel-AIr Mansion hit the market for $250 million, but this over-the-top Florida compound would smash that record. It’s worth keeping an eye on, if only to lust after a stunning dream house with unparalleled waterfront access.

 

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