Location: 445 Antigua Lane, Palm Beach, FL

Square Footage: 16,356

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 8 bedrooms & 13 bathrooms

Price: $35,900,000

This newly built lakefront mansion is located at 445 Antigua Lane in Palm Beach, FL with 173’ of intra-coastal frontage. It was designed by architect Roger Patton Janssen in a traditional Island Colonial style and features approximately 16,356 square feet of living space between the main and guest houses with 8 bedrooms and 10 full and 3 half bathrooms. The 1st floor of the home features a foyer with curved staircase, formal living and dining rooms with double-sided fireplace, library/home office with wet bar, guest bedroom suite, two powder rooms, elevator, back staircase, butler’s pantry with wet bar, wine cellar, gourmet kitchen, adjacent service kitchen, breakfast room, family room and a 4-car garage. The 2nd floor features 4 bedroom suites (2 feature private balconies), lounge room with bathroom, two wet bars, laundry room, gym and the master suite complete with sitting room, his-and-hers bathrooms/closets and a terrace. There is also a 2-story guest house complete with game/living room, wet bar, powder room and two bedroom suites with a balcony. Outdoor features include two motor courts, a fountain, 3 pergolas, two loggias (one with a fireplace), a patio with swimming pool and a spa and a boat dock.

*Thanks to HOTR reader Tony for the tip!

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  • Eric

    Whats this? A Florida Beach house I do not IMMEDIATELY Despise? Call the press!

    I have to say this has the “Feel” of a more northern East Coast house, something from CT, RI, or NY. All of the dark wood fixtures are a nice change and add some color ot the walls and ceiling. The addition of the floorplan is ALWAYS a welcome site for an American house, and I like the detached poolhouse/guest house on it.

    One personal gripe is the so called “Library” Is it REALLY A Library when only one out of the four walls has any bookshelves???




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  • Daniel

    Too casual and Caribbean for my tastes. Nice parcel of land though.




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  • Grrrowler

    This has managed to be neither formal nor casual. I would like it much, much, better with a proper interior in it, since the furnishings are really what’s hurting it. A Caribbean Colonial interior could be beautiful in this. I like a lot of the spaces, and I think the gloss-finished beadboard ceilings are a nice touch; they give it a nautical reference.

    The exterior is way to dull and needs something to punch it up, although I can’t put my finger on what that should be.




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  • wanker

    The developer bought Ed Falcone’s beautiful teal colored roof house located here for $8.1 million in 2011 then torn it down to build this place . $35million….come on! Not ocean front, so its only worth $18million probably




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