This 40-acre estate is located at 18803 Southeast Ranch Lane in Jupiter, FL. It was built in 1997 and boasts 15,501 square feet of living space with a beautiful courtyard designed by Spencer Goliger, 11 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, three fireplaces, fitness suite, wine cellar, indoor swimming pool, 4-car garage and much more. It is listed at $10,000,000.

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  • Daniel

    Oh dear God. Such a waste of building materials. Why someone would build something so huge in the middle of a freaking swamp is beyond me. And it seems this community has multiple homes that are well over 10,000 square-feet. I could not fathom living in such a pricey home so far away from ‘normal’ life. Imagine pulling your Bentley into the community – probably greeted by some God-awful, lotto-winning hominid in his Ford F650, his wife Bertha and they’re kids Billy-Joe and Bobbie-Sue. I also hope they have a windshield washer installed at the front gate to clean the mosquitoes and love bugs off the car.

    The house itself looks like an oversized cookie-cutter home. Completely forgettable. All this nonsense for $10 million? ***TEN MILLION?!?!?!?!?!*** For $10 million I could have a direct intracoastal or even an oceanfront home! Jesus, I could live in a comfortable home in Palm Beach!!!!! I get that people love the rustic/equestrian lifestyle, but South Florida ain’t the place for this sh*t at these prices. If you really want the equestrian hub, move to Wellington.

    Horrible cannot begin to describe this.




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  • kieran

    I got all excited thinking this was Jupiter Island and wondering how 40acres was possible. I love seeing an empty indoor pool…




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  • Grrrowler

    If I’m going to live in south Florida, I’m going to live on or very near the ocean/ICW. If I’m going to pay $10,000,000, I’m definitely going to live directly on the water. Anything between Interstates 95 and 75 is just swamp and there’s no way I’d live there. This place is smack dab in the middle of “no way I’d live there.” Beyond that, it’s just not a great house, and especially isn’t worth $10,000,000. It’s just another suburban McMansion with nothing special about it. It’s ridiculous to have an indoor pool in Florida, but in this location it’s necessary. It’s WAY too hot in the summer, and there are too many bugs (and possibly alligators) the rest of the year.




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