Suitable right before football period, Tampa Bay Buccaneers co-operator Darcie Glazer Kassewitz is eyeing a score of her very own. She’s inquiring $55 million for her waterfront mansion in Palm Beach, Fla.
Kassewitz is the daughter of billionaire businessman Malcolm Glazer, who bought the Buccaneers for a then-document $192 million in 1995. He died in 2014, leaving the team to his 6 children.
The $55-million tag can make it the 2nd-priciest assets on the current market in the affluent neighborhood, but for very good cause. Of the 84 properties up for grabs in Palm Beach front, it has the greatest whole lot at two acres and usually takes complete advantage with a most important residence, guesthouse, swimming pool, putting green and gazebo.
The two-acre estate.
The principal home.
The formal residing home.
The loved ones home.
Leafy and landscaped, the estate statements 220 ft of frontage on the Intracoastal Waterway and arrives with a personal dock. Ivy and shutters adorn the exterior of the key household, which opens by means of columns to official areas with oversize home windows and extraordinary chandeliers.
Six bedrooms and nine bathrooms are distribute across a lot more than 10,000 sq. ft. Parquet wooden floors line the residing place, and other highlights involve a media area, bar, and indoor and outdoor entertaining spots.
There is a motor courtroom in the front of the dwelling and a roomy lined patio out back. At the edge of the property, a grassy garden sidles up to the drinking water.
Gary Pohrer of Douglas Elliman Palm Beach holds the listing.
Kassewitz and her husband, Joel Kassewitz, acquired the area in 2010 for $20.5 million, data display. They’re on a selling streak as of late in April, they offered up a vacant good deal in Tampa’s Davis Islands for $10 million.
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