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LOCATION: 1341 S. Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, Florida

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 30,000

BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: N/A

PRICE: $105,000,000

This grand oceanfront mansion is located at 1341 S. Ocean Boulevard in Palm Beach, Florida and is situated on 2 acres of land. It is owned by Edward Watkins, the former owner of Simplex Time Recorder, a Massachusetts company started by his grandfather. His late father was worth $950 million in 2005.

It was built in 2003 by Davis General Contraction Corporation and features approximately 30,000 square feet of living space.

Outdoor features include a gatehouse, 2 motor courts, terraces and a swimming pool.

It is listed at $105,000,000 (not on the MLS).

*Thanks to Daniel Biczyk & Jordan Weiss for the tip!

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  • Christopher Boyd

    Just a quick Google Search there’s a full website with floorplans…
    http://www.pietramare.net/




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    • Kenny Michael Forder

      thanks!




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    • Jody Harrison

      Dead link, lol




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  • ArchitectureAfficianado

    Incomprehensibly huge and completely & forever unimaginable as a single family home (HA AH HA HA HA!) but it does remind me of the magnificent, historic mediterranean masterpieces that the famous architect Addison Mizner & a few others designed which are loooooooong gone. Many of them this size or a little smaller (and bigger if it can be believed). I suspect the same will happen to castle in the next 25 years at most as it’s psychotic size is it’s achilles heel.




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    • Christopher Boyd

      I thought the same. Beautiful; too big. And to think only a couple lived here…




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  • Horace Trumbauer

    I’d love to see more of this place to say for sure, but from the pictures posted here this is one of the ONLY recently built mega-mansions that was built in a turn-of-the-century, Gilded Age style that actually SUCCEEDS at capturing the essence of a Gilded Age mansion. Most of these modern places have the huge square footage but NO character whatsoever and horribly tacky interiors. If the build date wasn’t posted here, I would have thought this actually WAS a Gilded Age mansion. EVERYTHING I see screams period-correct to me, the massive grand foyer with hanging tapestry (something you NEVER see in mansions today), the cathedral style arched ceilings in the hallway, and the STUNNING wood ceiling and huge marble fireplace in the dining room. Even the exterior perfectly matches the turn-of-the-century styling I love. Just an absolutely perfect home…love EVERYTHING about it!




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