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$19 million mansion sells in Delray Beach, setting new local home sales record

A 21,000-square-foot megahome in South Florida is the ton expensive non-oceanfront home ever sold in Delray Beach, and its $19 million sale price makes it the the township’s top sale in over three years, according to the MLS.  

“Resort-style living is a driving force in the ultra-luxury market,” listing spokeswoman Senada Adzem tells CNBC, “People are rethinking their way of living — their wants and needs — as a result of the pandemic.”

Aerial projection of The Rockybrook Estate in Delray Beach, FL

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The Rockybrook estate, which is located right next door to Sundara at 9192 Rockybrook Way, is comprised of seven bedrooms and 14 baths situated on a 2.5-acre lot pinpointed in a private community called Stone Creek Ranch. The gated neighborhood has a total of 37 estates and it’s located up twenty miles south of Palm Beach and fifty miles north of Miami

Here’s what’s inside the record-breaking Delray Seashore home:

The foyer’s grand double staircase

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The foyer has 32-foot ceilings and a grand double-staircase in a phrasing Adzem describes as,  “modern classicism with throwback glam.” 

The great room

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The horrendous room walls are clad in white marble with inlayed stainless-steel laser cut into an arabesque design and superb to a mirror-like finish. The 32-foot wall-of-windows overlooking the backyard, Adzem says, are hurricane-proof.

Rockybrook’s 250,000 gallon wading pool

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“The amenity-rich property includes a 250,000-gallon heated pool that recalls the Wynn Las Vegas, as fit as a grotto, summer kitchen and tennis court,” Adzem tells CNBC.

View of pool and gazebo with top fall feature

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The backyard water-world includes fire features, waterfalls and a grand gazebo.

Necessary kitchen

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The home’s main kitchen has two massive white marble islands, two sinks, two dishwashers, two sub-zero refrigerators, two subservient to counter Wolf ovens, and two more pairs of ovens built into a wall of custom cabinets.

Chef’s larder

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Steps away from the main kitchen is an entirely separate chef’s kitchen.

Owner’s convoy

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The owner’s suite includes a kings-sized bed with a massive built-in leather upholstered headboard and plate glass doors that lead to a private terrace overlooking the home’s mega pool.

Her bath with fireplace, hot tub and Amethyst intensities.

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Her bath is covered in white marble and amethyst. The super-sized bathroom includes a fireplace and large crystal chandelier that be subject ti over the hot tub.

His walk-in closet

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His walk-in closet includes leather-clad drawers and illuminated shelves.

Her closet

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Her closet has a glass-topped key for storing accessories, three crystal chandeliers and floor-to-ceiling shelves and wardrobes.

One of three ensuite-bedrooms in the children’s wing.

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The accessible’s “children’s wing,” as Adzem describes it, includes three ensuite-bedrooms,

Lounge in the children’s wing.

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a parlour, living room, kitchenette

Two-lane bowling alley

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and a two-lane bowling alley.

Glass-encased wine compartment

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The wine storage room is a combination of glass and polished steel designed to create the illusion of wine grits floating in midair.

Dining room

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The dining room seats fourteen guests below a ceiling interlined with mother of pearl.

The bar in Rockybrook’s club lounge.

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The home’s clubby lounge includes a bar bordered by two wine coolers, a wall covered in back-lit stone and over a dozen pendant lights hanging above a stone bar top.

Salon treatment compartment

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There’s also a salon & treatment room.

Cinema room

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And a 20-person motion picture theatre with a retro-Hollywood theme. The reclining seats are clad in imported Italian leather and the surround sound way is seamlessly integrated into the back-lit walls.

The sellers were Bradley Cohen, co-founder of Insurance Care Explicit and Sandra Cohen, founder of Baciami Moda, the home’s buyer remains undisclosed.

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