This newly listed estate is located at 105 Clarendon Avenue in Palm Beach, FL and was built in 1929. The gated mansion sits on an oceanfront lots and boasts spectacular views. It boasts 17,035 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, swimming pool, guest house, tennis court and more. It is listed at $34,000,000. I like the foyer with checkered marble floor, but that kitchen has got to be redone! Yes, the home was built in 1929, but I still would expect a large, high-end kitchen when I’m shelling out 34 million clams.

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  • Kieran

    Stunning! I would need to change that random beach room -photo eight.
    Also you could put a big new kitchen in your $34mil house and ask $38mil for it ..no big deal & easily done. I love the age of this home and the things it must have seen. I especially like the Coral living room!




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  • Grrrowler

    I have to say I love this place. The interior is not my style and it’s not something I could actually see living in, but it’s still great. Unlike so many of the new houses we see, this one has character. I would definitely need a new kitchen, and the blue beach-front room needs some help, but those things are easily fixed.




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  • Daniel

    I like the interior more than the exterior. For a home built during the golden age of Palm Beach, I would have wanted more history. It is a larger-than-usual lot however. Price is VERY optimistic (by a good $10 million); either way, the current owners paid $4.75 million for it in 1997…talk about a good return. I REALLLLLLY like the 1920s interiors of these homes. Stuffy yes, but truly rich looking. And call me crazy, but I am in love with that red library…looks very royal.

    All in all, it is nice but too expensive. If you want history and remodeled, I would rather have Casa Alva just 2 doors south for $22.5 million. If old world Palm Beach is your thing, the ham-and-cheese house by Fatio is a sure bet at a realistic price.

    http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/920-South-Ocean-Boulevard_Palm-Beach_FL_33480_M55575-77654?ex=FL526585862




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    • Daniel

      Whoops….I mean Casa Eleda. (Casa Alva is in Manalapan).

      Casa Eleda does have a bit of a macabre past however…

      http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/10/05/48hours/main2069421.shtml




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    • TEE

      it’s also 20 feet from the road though so i think i’d stick with this one..




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      • Daniel

        I wouldn’t worry. There is a wall separating the road from the home, and the home is concrete block construction clad in coquina and brick along with hurricane-proof windows; sound from the cars is probably very minimal. Besides, the majority of homes on A1A and County Road are close to the road. I’d still take Casa Eleda over this home in a heartbeat. I’d be getting the nicer home & saving well over $10 million.




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  • Nick

    Too overpriced for my taste, despite the fact that it’s much better than the previous Palm Beach mansion.

    The exterior is beautiful and the views stunning, but once again it’s the interior
    who spoils the impressions.As Kenny said, the kitchen is not what you would expect for a $34,000,000 mansion.Also the bedroom is extremely gaudy for my taste.However, I like very much the dining room and the living room.

    Here is a better alternative contemporary Palm Beach solution:

    http://homesoftherich.net/2010/08/29.5-million-contemporary-estate-in-palm-beach-fl.html




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    • Daniel

      It is a nice home. I like the 1970s vibe it gives off. The only problem it is too north in Palm Beach for me. Anything north of the Palm Beach Country Club and it might as well be Singer Island or North Palm Beach.




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  • Cole@LavishProperty

    Stunning place! I love everything about it!




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  • organbrett

    From the entrance hall, you know you are going to enter a grand home. Some of it is, and some of it is just Fugly! They need to lower the asking price! I also agree with Kenny – the kitchen stinks!




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