This Mediterranean style mansion is located at 11601 Charisma Way in the Old Palm Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Built in 2006, the 10,448 square foot home features 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, detailed coffered ceilings throughout, grand staircase, living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, family room, game room with wet bar, home theater, 5-car garage, saltwater swimming pool, 2 loggias, outdoor fireplace, summer kitchen, formal gardens and more. It is listed at $7,800,000.

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  • Mark

    I feel as though I have seen this house on this site before… Kenny?




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  • Chris

    I like the moorish arches, too bad they’re not near the pool. Aside from that its nothing worthy of note.




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  • Daniel

    For what it is and where it’s located, it’s a nice home. How someone can ask $8 million for a non-waterfront home in PBG is beyond me. For the price, I’d rather live in The Bears Club or even better, in Royal Palm Yacht & CC in Boca.

    This home, for example:

    http://www.royalpalm.com/property/305-coconut-palm-road-0

    Or this one across the Intracoastal:

    premierestateproperties.com/luxury_real_estate/florida/palm_beach/boca_raton/R3108885.aspx

    or if you prefer the dark, heavy, old-money look:

    premierestateproperties.com/luxury_real_estate/florida/palm_beach/boca_raton/R3173058.aspx




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    • Daniel

      Or these two in the Bears Club:

      http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/148-Bears-Club-Dr_Jupiter_FL_33477_M55665-86963

      realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/218-Bears-Club-Dr_Jupiter_FL_33477_M54441-31076




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    • Cris

      Bears Club is nice but it doesn’t compare to Old Palm Golf Club. The Bears Club is strictly a golf club. Old Palm offers every amenity you can think of plus a much younger feel. If you would like to live in a community where the resident’s pretty much stay to themselves and leave most of the year then Bears Club is for you. As far as being on the water…some buyers prefer a golf community over water. There is a lot more upkeep involved when living on the water. The wind never stops blowing so you can’t enjoy being out back, etc. Just a few things to consider.




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      • Daniel

        That’s why I’d live in Royal Palm. Homes on the water, homes on the golf course, plus it’s the most family friendly out of the three.




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        • Cris

          Daniel, are we talking Royal Palm Beach near Wellington? What water? Maybe a lake. If your looking for Ocean/Intracoastal you have to be much farther East…That’s why Palm Beach Gardens/Jupiter has it all…sorry…




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          • Daniel

            Royal Palm Yacht & CC in Boca Raton. And Jupiter/PBG is no compare to the actual town of Palm Beach or Boca. Or if I was forced to live in Jupiter and wanted waterfront & golf course views, why not choose Admirals Cove? Old Palm does not compare to any of these…it is a glorified cookie cutter community.




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  • Grrrowler

    I can’t help but think of the house the Le Lac development that we’ve seen a couple of times. That one has a more attractive exterior than this, but the interior here is somewhat better. However, the interior of this house is predictable and boring; the best description I can think of for it is “canned”. Beyond that, I hate that it’s in Florida and isn’t waterfront, and (for me) is on the wrong side of I-95. For the same money, there are definitely better choices.




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  • rob

    I came here to say I really liked it, but then I saw the comps and I have to say there are better deals out there. I like the pool in this one quite well and the interior is well done. Just a well done South Florida meditteranean. I don’t think I would ever want to live in one of those South Florida gated communities though. I gotta be freee………..




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  • NOVA Ben

    Well this seems to be just about par for the course as far as coastal FL goes. It’s nice, but nothing terribly exciting. And it’s not waterfront.




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  • Tony

    Different locations for different lifestyles and tastes. Its 14,469 square feet total, and the 10,000 figure is under air. This is a home that if any one of you owned, you’d make it your own and be proud as anything to show it off. As this site shows, there are millions of people who can afford very expensive homes. They will have many tastes. So what if it’s not on the water. Do you people put on porn and say things like “nothing worthy of note” “it’s nice, but nothing terribly exciting”I don’t think I’d ever want to…” “it doesn’t compare” “I’d rather…” “predictable and boring” “definitely better choices.” And afterwards put on another and say the same things? This is real estate porn, either you like it or you don’t…just ogle




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    • Cris

      So true. Different strokes for different folks as they say.




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    • Daniel

      But aren’t you the one who has a vendetta for drywall and whose favorite phrase is ‘cheap and tacky’?




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      • tony

        I have never formed an opinion on drywall, so that would not be me




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