This large mansion is located at 2855 Hurlingham Drive in Wellington, FL and is situated on 3 lots in the Palm Beach Polo and Country Club. It was built in 1993 and recently went under a complete renovation. It features 18,498 square feet of living space with 9 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, large welcoming foyer with marble floors, banquet size dining room with columns, paneled living/billiards room with fireplace, spacious gourmet kitchen with breakfast area and a huge custom bar, family room and a home office. The lavish master suite features a tray ceiling with hand painted mural, projection screen, amazing walk-in closet with marble floors and a bathroom with stained glass window. There is also a spectacular home gym, swimming pool with spa and a 3-car attached/3-car detached garage with separate gated entrance. It is listed at $15,400,000. I love how spacious the rooms are. I think it’s pretty cool to have a full length bar near the kitchen, makes it perfect for entertaining! I also really like the gym; the exposed beams and ductwork is awesome!

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  • Hugh

    This place is awesome.




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  • Daniel

    From the air, I was expecting open rooms and a very different interior. It seems to be an odd mix of Florida contemporary with traditional elements sprinkled here and there. Is photo 5 the living room? If it is, it’s nice to see something different instead of the beige-walled, white-trimmed waste of space we typically see. Kitchen and family room look like any other $1 million-$2 million house in the area. Gym is terrifying, pool is interesting, price is shocking. Maybe Georgina Bloomberg will pick it up…




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  • sov

    i like master bedroom with giant TV.




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  • Grrrowler

    The word I would not use to describe this is “cohesive”. Some rooms are nicely done (the living room(?), billiard room, and dining room from some angles), some are overdone (master bedroom and bathroom), and some are very boring (kitchen, family room, secondary bedrooms). It looks as if different parts of the house were designed by different people. The master bedroom is almost ludicrously ornate, but doesn’t look the least bit comfortable…or tasteful. The living and billiard/family rooms actually look nice with the wood paneling, but those contrast with the kitchen and family room, which are so completely dull to look as if about 10 minutes were spent on each one “designing” it. The office/study is completely tacky and the secondary bedrooms look like what I’d expect to find at a nicer airport hotel. I’m guessing that the greenery in the kitchen and above the wardrobes in the master bedroom — not to mention the bedroom’s tree — are fake, which just takes the tastelessness in those rooms to new heights.




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