Location: 160 Woodbridge Road, Palm Beach, FL

Square Footage: 9,536

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 4 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms (main house) + 2 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms (guest house)

Price: $10,900,000

This Mediterranean style estate is located at 160 Woodbridge Road in Palm Beach, FL. It was built in 2004 and features an 8,343 square foot main house and a 1,193 square foot guest house. The 1st floor of the main house features a 2-story foyer/living room with grand double staircase, two powder rooms, library with full bathroom, den with wet bar, sunroom, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, 2-car garage, loggia with fireplace and access to covered patios. The 2nd floor features double master suites, 2 additional bedroom suites and an upper loggia/family room with fireplace. The guest house features a great room, powder room, kitchenette and 2 bedroom suites. The grounds also feature a swimming pool and fountain.

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

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  • Daniel

    A charming jewel box. Love the exterior. The bougainvillea ivy is probably astonishing when blooming. Interior would need some work. Not crazy about the tile floors. Definitely prefer the photo 3 version of the living room (not sure why they included both).




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  • Sam

    In my opinion a way better deal than the other Palm Beach house we just saw. I really like the simplicity and authentic look of it, it really fits the style for Palm Beach. By the way whoever is selling this really knows what a proper listing is, high res pictures AND floorplans…




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  • Jason

    what a lovely, lovely home. I love the fissured stone detailing and restrained simplicity of the whole composition. It’s the perfect Palm Beach getaway for the society high-season. There are some oddities about the floor plan. I’m not sure I’d devote such large windows on the front elevation for the garage(2), powder room (1) and storage (1). I’m sure the views are towards the rear, but this is still weird. Also, the plan seems to work more for a childless couple. The kitchen is small and out of the way and far removed from any casual areas of the house. Also, I’m not sure I like the main room being the circulatory pathway for the entire house either. Never the less, I’m still a fan of this Daniel approved “jewel box”.




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