This newly listed 4-story oceanfront mansion is located at 4011 S Ocean Boulevard in Highland beach, FL. It was built in 2001 and boasts 15,141 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 6 full and 2 half bathrooms, 2-stoyer foyer with grand curved staircase, formal dining room, 2-story great room, gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, step-down family room, wood paneled billiards room with pub, wine cellar, home theater, subterranean 6-car garage, swimming pool with spa, outdoor BBQ area, covered outdoor dining room and more. It is listed at $13,900,000.

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  • Nalin

    one of the best houses I have seen in a while. I want my garage to be exactly like that.




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  • Limedaiquar

    I only like the garage…matter of fact I like the cars in the garage better than the garage.




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    • Limedaiquar

      Hmm, nope. I don’t like the garage no more.




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      • lambskin

        How in the Hell do you clean car leaks (oil, fluids etc) from that floor!? The grout would be a mess after a while.




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  • Zapo

    What is the car on the right – the one where we can just seen the left rear part (not the Merc or the Porsche)?




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    • Daniel

      @ Zapo

      Ferrari F430




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      • NOVA Ben

        Kudos to the owner for getting a color that’s NOT red.




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        • Joejoe509

          Seriously




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  • Daniel

    This house has always intrigued me. From the road, this thing stands out because it is just this massive facade that rises up 5 stories. The exterior is beautifully detailed and I love the stone details. As for the interior, I love most of it. It is my style, and the rooms look nicely proportioned. The rooftop pool is unique, though I personally would get rid of the ground floor pond/waterfall – looks a bit cheesy and you do have the ocean right there. The garage is cool. I like how they incorporated the theater right into it – I’d probably pull up right to the front entry of it with friends in a sort of ‘ta-da’ moment.

    And now for the biggest drawback that would prevent me from EVER buying this place or anything a quarter-mile north or south of it. Unfortunately, across the street is a natural preserve/mangrove area. It reeks DAILY of something similar to a room full of people expelling gas at one time. I honestly cannot fathom how the people in this part of Highland can stand it. Year-round the stench is so apparent. I’d feel embarrassed if I told someone I just purchased an oceanfront mansion and they got a whiff of the preserve pulling up the driveway. No thanks!




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    • Grrrowler

      Don’t the prevailing east/northeasterly winds blow the smell across the Intracoastal, at least most of the time?




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      • Daniel

        Nope. I drive by this at least 3-4 times a week, and 99% of the time it stinks around here and Toscana (the condos to the north on the Intracoastal). Whenever we have out-of-town guests and drive on this portion of A1A they always comment about the smell. It’s even worse during the frequent summer showers.




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  • Grrrowler

    The whole thing seems more designed to impress others than anything else. The outside is simply too massive and too tall, and overshadows every other nearby house. The interior has crossed the line into gaudy, but is really nothing special. It also looks supremely uncomfortable; there seems to be very places to kick back and get comfortable. The garage itself is fine; nothing says a garage has to be completely utilitarian. But, I absolutely despise the location of the theater in the garage. Whether or not it’s intentional, guests have be to paraded past the expensive cars on their way to a movie. That seems very tacky to me. Clearly, I’m not a fan of this place.




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    • Barney

      VERY well put, Grrrowler……I couldn’t agree more. This place is ridiculously TACKY and pretentious.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I was never a fan of the “mansion on stilts” look of homes in this region of the country. I realize that the reason is partly functional, but I’ve never liked it. Inside is a bit too formal for me, and the palette is quite light. Makes it bright and sunny, but some more bolder colors would be nice, although I do appreciate the injection of the color in the kitchen ceiling.

    I do love the garages, which is kind of surprising…I don’t usually appreciate that kind of flashy touch, but it’s cool how they’ve designed it here…unfortunately it also means any garage-occupying “projects” will ruin the look. Price is eye-opening, although I guess it’s not out of line for the area? I’ll defer to our resident FLA expert on that point.




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    • Nalin

      i feel like this garage is more of a showroom. there might be somewhere else for storage type issues or “lesser cars” haha




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  • Joejoe509

    IMHO, Not bad! Not it’s not really my style, but that’s ok. The exterior is alright, but definitely designed to overwhelm your guests and I’m not into that. About half of the interior crosses into tacky/uncomfortable. I’m not fond of all the silly ceiling lighting. The staircase is overdone and underwhelming. Most of the rooms are poorly proportioned. It might be the photos, but they are either too large or too small. I don’t like to see so many blank areas, but that’s just me.

    I like the kitchen, but I don’t love it. I like how the kitchen is set up for entertaining with the seating below. The bedroom and the bathroom are among my favorite elements.

    I’m so tossed on the garage. It would probably depend on the day whether I liked it or not. For now, I think I’ve settled on an opinion. I like the “idea” of this garage, but not the execution. I like the idea of a spiffy showroom that basically looks like a ballroom converted into a garage. But the interior design is FAR too tacky. Yuck. This garage goes a little too far and it’s once again designed to overwhelm your guests rather than simply wowing them. The theater is the most controversial to me. At first I liked the idea of the theater looking like a “regular” theater with cars parked outside, but again this execution is ultimately displeasing to me. Of course, there had better be a “lesser” garage/shop somewhere or this garage has lost all its usefulness. Kudos for effort and originality though…




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  • jdubble07

    I’m so glad the owner finally re-painted. The home is gorgeous now but it used to be a hideous Pepto Bismol pink.

    I don’t know if you can tell from the listing photos, but the pool is a rooftop infinity edge… very unique. I don’t think there are any other homes in the area with that. I just know that I’d be super nervous about it springing a leak all over the house!




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    • Daniel

      I liked it when it was “Boca Pink”/Pepto pink!




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