Iconic Lakefront Clarence Mack 1959 Palm Beach Regency. A-list private Estate Section by Mar-a-Lago Club, Bath & Tennis Club, beach and ''Billionaire's Row.'' FEATURES: Privacy and a waterway bird sanctuary setting, dock possible, gracious pool, covered patio & staff quarters. Foyer & rotunda with marble flooring, 12-ft. ceilings, large windows, symmetry, columns, stucco facades, slim lines, uncluttered, pediments, porticos, arches, Wainscoting, detailed millwork, wood floors, marble-mantled fireplace and classical moldings. Spaciously proportioned rooms. The home is the crown-jewel anchor of the Regents Park Historic District cul-de-sac neighborhood of five estate homes. Classic stately Clarence Mack design of simplified elegance! Owner says--''BRING DESIGNER & CHECKBOOK, WRITEUP OFFER!''The home was recently named London's Daily Telegraph "Property of the Week." It has also been highlighted in Bloomberg Business and The Wall Street Journal feature stories on Palm Beach. Furnishings, antiques, art and collectibles may be negotiable and available by separate contract.View Virtual Tour
Comercial Vehicles Prohibited, No Truck/RV, Historic Designation
Multi-Level, European, Georgian, Other Arch
Public Sewer, Public Water, 3-Phase Electric, Gas Natural, Water Available
Lake, Intracoastal, No Fixed Bridges, Seawall, Ocean Access
Pantry, Fireplace(s), Foyer, Sky Light(s), Built-in Shelves, W/D Hookup, Upstairs Living Area
Auto Garage Open, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Intercom, Microwave, Range - Electric, Refrigerator, Washer, Storm Shutters
1/4 to 1/2 Acre, Cul-De-Sac, Private Road, Paved Road, East of US-1
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