This gated beachfront compound was completed in 2010 and is located at 45 32Nd Ave S in Naples, FL. The main residence has 8,226 square feet of living space that includes 6 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half bathrooms, gourmet kitchen, library, servant’s quarters, multiple Gulf side terraces, wine room, outdoor kitchen, swimming pool with spa, and an 8+ car collector’s garage. The second residence (3170 Gordon Drive) has 7,768 square feet of living space complete with 5 bedrooms and 6 full and 1 half bathrooms, media room, his and her studies, and an additional 10+ car garage. Combined in both residences there is over 16,000 square feet of living area. The entire compound was originally on the market for a cool $30 million, but is now priced at $22,900,000. Homes may be purchased separately.

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  • oduroyal

    I love the views and that beautiful wrought-iron staircase 🙂




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  • Barney

    Overdone.

    Over-decorated.

    Over-wrought.

    Over PRICED by MILLIONS.

    OVER-EVERTHING’ED!

    If BOTH the inside & outside were taken down by about half, in ALL the architectural elements, decor, window treatments, furniture, window number & size, mouldings, soffits, (sp?), etc. etc. etc., this place would be a WHOLE LOT easier to look at.




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  • mattc

    I have to agree with Oduroyal that this is a very beautiful setting for the home.
    The black and grey decor in the upholstered furnishings are not my style but the bones of the home itself seem very nice to me. Price is high for this market for sure but unlike so many of those 20,000 to 30,000 s/f homes we see on Kenny’s website all the time, this one is large for sure but not so hugemongous that there are a ton of ” wonder what do they do with that room ” spaces.
    Overall although too high priced, a very nice home in my opinion.




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  • Nalin

    i actually really like this house a lot. the only thing that strike me as odd is that it seems like the house is on a public beach judging by the pictures. for $30 million I better get a private beach.




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  • Marie

    I love just about everything about the residence with the exception of the price, needs to slashed by half.




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  • Daniel

    So the guest house is only about 600 feet smaller than the main house? Honestly, what is the point? Just combine into one stunning residence.

    Personally, I think they could have added a pit more character (opulence) for the interior. If it wasn’t for the highly photoshopped pics, I would say the you could find the same interior in a house for a tenth of the price. The exterior is nice, but I’m not a fan of the whole 2nd floor entry kinda thing. But, I think Naples requires the main level of all new homes on the ocean to be something like 16 or 18 feet above grade.

    $30 million . . . eh, nope. Maybe $21.9 million starting but not 30.

    Oh, and since I love putting up links…If anyone cares to see TRUE OPULENCE with taste, then the house 200 feet north with the courtyard is designed by Jeff Smith, and is known Pietra Mar. Definitely one of the most formal residences I’ve ever seen, but the details are incomparable to this home. WORTH THE LOOK!

    http://smitharchitecturalgroup.com/




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    • That Pietra Mar is REALLY something! Thanks for sharing the link Daniel! 😉




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  • Awesome home, looks like a lot of fun can be had there. There’s no way I can see it selling for $30M…maybe $13 – $16 Million.




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  • Stewie

    It’s definitely very nice. A beautiful beach home, though I completely agree with the guest house issue. Also, I would prefer something along the Palm Beach side of the coast of Florida (ie the one that faces the Bahamas), as opposed to the one Naples is situated on that faces the Gulf of Mexico. While there’s probably little difference in reality, it’s the cachet. Palm Beach County has more of a name than Naples. Therefore, if you’re going to spend that much $$ (30m), why not go for the best. Yes the house you get in PB may be smaller, but you’re more in an ‘it’ zone.
    And that my friends is Stewie’s thought of the day lol….




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    • Daniel

      Agreed 100000000000%! Naples is obviously a fantastic location, but PB is in a league all by itself ;). If anything, I see someone choosing Naples over PB because they want a more relaxed atmosphere where your money will go a lot further. A decent direct-oceanfront lot (1.5+ acres) is going to cost the same as this home’s asking price.




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      • Grrrowler

        PB and Naples are two different worlds. The money in Naples, and there is a ton of it, seems more subtle than PB. Each location gives a different lifestyle but were it me, I would choose Naples over PB.

        Now, as for this house, it just doesn’t do it for me. The beach front location is great, but that’s all that gets my attention.




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    • Palm Beach over Naples? I’d have to agree with you Stewie, in fact I really don’t want oil on my beach 😉 but would prefer the coast to the gulf anyday. I’ve spent several weeks in St. Petersburg but I actually lived for a year in Ft. Lauderdale and there is always so much to do. Of course, I was extremely poor & freshly handicapped from a water-skiing accident that crushed my femur so I couldn’t afford to do anything! The one thing I desired more than any was to attend the Ft. Lauderdale Yacht show. My British roomate talked me out of it and I will regret not telling her to take a taxi for the rest of my life!!! Every Fall I wish I had told her to go to hell. She couldn’t afford a taxi and it had just started raining. This is to all you young people: Do things NOW (if you possibly can) while you are young and have the time because all of that can change in a heartbeat!




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  • Venom

    Beautiful home.
    Obviously not worth $30 million, but if I had to pay that, this would be on the list.
    I still can’t get over that idiot paying over $200 million for an apartment in London.




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  • KEV

    Nice, but a couple of 8000 sf homes is miles from a 16,000 sf residence. I understand the idea of a compound, plus the views are stunning, but at that price, no freaking way. Probably worth about 15 mil, doubt it will sell for more than 12, just like priceypads said.




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  • Marie

    It needs to be priced at $15 million that would be just about right.




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