This newly built oceanfront mega mansion, dubbed The White Palace, is located at 615 Ocean Boulevard in Golden Beach, FL. The boxy looking home is quite similar to Alvin Malnik’s Florida home and is reminiscent of the gilded age mansions you’d see in Newport. It supposedly boasts 25,273 square feet of living space. The grand interior also features lots of white marble; just what I like!

*Thanks to HOTR reader Daniel B. for the tip!

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  • jim

    Looks like a warehouse where they store cocaine and hookers.




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    • Kenny Forder

      HAHA, I could see that.




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  • Hugh

    The 4 front doors are strange




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  • Rob

    The beachfront stretch of Golden Beach, just north of Miami, is an amazing (somewhat) unknown gem and its nice that’s such a substantial home was built on one of the last remaining sizable lots there. The black and white checkered floors though were a huge mistake. There is a 100% certainty that if this home is re-sold, the next owner would rip those floors out the first week they owned the home. The builder really should have gone with a more timeless look and not tried to replicate the floor design normally reserved for cheap diners or bowling alleys. Now, you’re almost forced to put contemporary furniture in there rather than more elegant, formal furniture because you can’t have fine antiques sitting on a cheap checkered floor.




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    • Michael

      I’d have to disagree. My friend lives here. The floors match the house perfectly. They aren’t just any checkered floors, They are actually glass checked tiles which is amazing. The antiques in it are amazing. These checkered floors are so much more expensive because they are made from Glass! the house is a little bit plain, but the owners will sell the house if they get an insane offer upwards of 50 mill.




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  • Daniel

    Talk about an eccentric home. The home absolutely devours every last inch of land it sits on. I do appreciate the exterior details and the sheer size of the thing (Check out the streetview; the construction worker on the south side of the home is absolutely dwarfed by the front entrance). I don’t like the garages though. They are too obvious and hopefully when complete will be a combo of bronze and smoked glass. The interior also has some great details, but it will very difficult to furnish it without it turning into a tacky museum. Unlike Rob, I don’t mind the checkerboard floors used for the rear terrace. I DO, however, mind the cheap office railings used. Honestly, if you’re going to build a home like this, at least use bronze railings. I love the entrance hall and the massive staircase. The details through the interior look pretty good, but as I said, it is all up to the interior designer now to keep it looking grand without trekking into tacky territory.




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  • Grrrowler

    I absolutely loathe the exterior. It’s too big for the lot and for the neighborhood, and I don’t find the execution particularly attractive. The interior has some real possibilities. I don’t love the checkerboard floors used in so many spaces, but the scale and proportions look good. I like the central atrium design, and a very skilled decorator could make this very nice.




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  • Tay

    Too late! Already tacky.. dumb handrails throughout. stupid interior columns. bad use of marble. too much white. definitely belongs in a music video to some pop, hip-hop, fusion wannabe superstar or it’s either a drug raid waiting to happen…




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    • Michael

      I have been here multiple times. in fact they do have people who do music videos and movies in it. Jay-z and Beyonce were there last week.




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  • lambskin

    Going against the grain here-I love the interior of this house-checkerd floors and all. It almost seems like a museum. Can I book my daughter’s wedding here? Would love to see this place when decorated. But those railings–what were they thinking?!




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  • Joejoe509

    White Palace indeed. The name is accurate and fitting to say the least! For me, this house is overly massive, overstyled, and under-colored. The white is classy, but it’s just one big blob of white. It unfortunately dwarfs the neighborhood and fills up basically the entire lot.




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  • Onions

    What I don’t understand is why somebody would pay triple the price for a beachfront lot just to obscure the view with a gang of palm trees. I can understand having a few but this just seems to be rather counter intuitive…




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  • Iemand

    Great, you can’t even fart without your neighbours hearing it…




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  • LE

    As for trees, they will be tall enough so all you’ll see when you look out the window are tree trunks. I feel this owner violated one of the first sins of home building…never have the largest house in the neighborhood.




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  • Michael

    http://www.locationse.com/gallery/library/vwx/whitepalace/index.html

    ^link above is to all photo’s regarding this house.




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  • Homowner

    Ugly exterior! Looks grey, not white.




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