Location: 799 Sanctuary Drive, Boca Raton, FL

Square Footage: 13,287

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 8 bedrooms & 12 bathrooms

Price: $12,900,000

This impeccable Mediterranean style mansion is located at 799 Sanctuary Drive in Boca Raton, FL and features 350 feet of water frontage. Built in 2002, the home features an elegant and refined interior with tiled floors, high ceilings, custom millwork, extensive use of marble and archways throughout. It features approximately 13,287 square feet of living space with a 2-story foyer with curved staircase, elevator, 8 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, formal dining room with columned archways and tray ceiling, living room with wet bar and French doors leading to patio, gourmet kitchen with separating catering kitchen, butler’s pantry, informal dining room, billiards/pub room with wet bar and a 400 gallon salt water aquarium (also features a beautiful stained glass window), wine room, 5-car garage, resort style swimming pool with spa, numerous balconies, impressive loggia with BBQ/outdoor kitchen area and bar, outdoor fireplace and a separate guest house with 2 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms and a living room.

*Thanks to HOTR reader Daniel for the tip!

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  • Bella Dunn

    Nice home to park your yacht in front and to launch my deep sea fishing from. Lovely home.




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  • Roosevelt

    Beautiful home. It has the kind of kitchen that that recently-featured mansion in The Plains, VA should have.




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s a lovely house, but it’s so not my style. The interior feels more fussy than comfortable. There are some great details and I would appreciate it a lot more with more relaxed furnishings.




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  • Daniel

    Love, love, love. Good location (I could still shop at the same Publix I do now!), minus the sometimes smelly bird sanctuary – hence the community name. It’s kind of funny how Addison Development also built a nearly identical home in the same neighborhood…look at the home at the end of Egret Point Circle. This home is stunning. The Venetian details are lovely and it doesn’t come off as a cheap knockoff as soooo many of these homes frequently do.

    Only problem with this is that waterfront homes in The Sanctuary tend to be on the market for years, not months. A lot of people don’t want to live in a community with the super security this has, including 24-hour boat patrols, roving patrols, K9 units, etc. Sure it’s safe, but so is Royal Palm and anyone can drive through those “gates”…




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  • Venom

    Not bad, I like it overall. The only thing I would do is rip the wainscoting off the column at the bottom of the staircase, I have no idea why they continued it all the way through, it looks terrible. I would also change the countertop granite to a different color, couple friends have that same granite and I have always hated it and the floor in the pool table room has to go, replace it with some nice cherry.




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  • mac22

    Very Lux and high end, maybe a touch too ornamented, but like so many other Florida homes on the water it is sooooo crammed onto the site with barely any room between you and asphalt, heighbors walls or the bulkhead. However, I wouldnt turn it down if offered the place.




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  • mac22

    Very Lux and high end, maybe a touch too ornamented, but like so many other Florida homes on the water it is sooooo crammed onto the site with barely any room between you and asphalt, heighbors walls or the bulkhead. However, I wouldnt turn it down if offered the place.




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  • Mak

    I don’t like the church window effect, but that’s probably I was raised a good catholic and now I’m atheist so I hate the trappings of church no matter where they’re found.




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    • Grrrowler

      You godless heathen you!

      Actually, I usually have the same reaction to anything that appears the least bit ecclesiastical.




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