Location: 1832 Galleon Drive, Naples, FL

Square Footage: 14,678

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 5 bedrooms & 10 bathrooms

Price: $49,000,000

This newly listed waterfront estate is located at 1832 Galleon Drive in Naples, FL and is situated on four contiguous lots totaling 2.5 acres. It was built in 2002 and features approximately 14,678 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms and 8 full and 2 half bathrooms. There is a semi-detached guest house and a detached garage. If it sells for the $49 million asking price it will be the highest priced home sale in Naples (current highest sale was 3100 Gordon Drive in Naples for $47.3 million in 2012. There are currently no interior pics available, but we will post them as soon as they are.

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  • Daniel

    Oh come on. I know Naples is overpriced and all, but this is laughable. At least it is on ocean access water. The exterior architecture looks nice but is by no means extraordinary. For $49 million I could have 2 or 3 very nice homes in prestigious locations, much more than Naples.




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    • Doug

      Yeah I’d have to agree that this is laughable. I do recall reading in the Wall Street journal last year or maybe even the year before, about two homes in Naples that had sold for around $40 million. (both were off market deals and I don’t think either home had ever been publicly listed) However, both of those homes were on oceanfront lots. And they were both far nicer houses. This is just a typical cookie cutter Florida home. Frankly I’d bet we don’t even need to see interior pics of this one to figure out what it looks like inside, because judging from the exterior it’ll look exactly like every other tacky over-priced Florida home. You can get a better house in Naples for way less than what this is asking.




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    • Marko
  • Otessa Regina Compton

    I really do not care for this one, looks too much like a golf course and I do not play golf, but for someone who does, this would be an ideal view.




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  • Venom

    Just came back from Naples, had not been there in a little while, truly gorgeous out there. That being said, I would not spend that kind of money to live out there and definitely not for this property. I would walk up to the Beaux Arts home in Boynton Beach instead and beg the guy to sell it to me.




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    • Daniel

      Can someone explain to me why it is taking so long for him to finish that art gallery/playroom/guest house next door? It has been at least 5 years. With that said, I agree with you. At least you’ll get something noticeable and memorable, even if the location isn’t the best.




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      • Venom

        I love love that house, I rarely get emotional about a house, but I want that thing bad. If I win the Powerball tonight I am making an offer on it tomorrow.




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