8 Most Expensive Waterfront Homes in FL

most expensive waterfront homes

Florida is home to some amazing high rise condos and extravagant waterfront properties. These properties do not come cheap as Florida is home to some of the most expensive waterfront homes in the country.  The real estate market in Florida is one of the most active in the country. Florida is home to the fourth most expensive zip code in the United States, Miami Beaches’ 33109. 2016 was a huge year for Florida home buyers with the state-wide transaction volume jumping to $78.9 billion. That is more than double the number recorded in 2011. Part of the reasoning for that was that international buyers turned away from the luxuries of New York. Consequently, these consumers turned to Florida where the dollar lasts longer, and where there’s no state income tax.

Slightly more modest prices in the luxury market do not mean the average buyer can afford it. Florida is known for having some of the most expensive waterfront homes in the country. For a single family, home prices range from the eight to nine-figure range. Be prepared to have your socks knocked off as we look at some of the most expensive waterfront homes in Florida. These luxury homes come with everything from yacht marinas to you name it.

8 Most Expensive Waterfront Homes in FL

#8 2750 Gordan Drive

Listed at $58,000,000

Known as La Campanna this 18,172 square foot property is right on the beach. This property is one of Naples finest. This Mediterranean vacation resort like property boasts six bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, six half-baths, a collector’s garage, a 500-bottle wine room, fitness center, and a beachside game room. To top it off this property also comes equipt with a cabana which has a full kitchen.

 #7 1485 South Ocean Boulevard

Listed at $59,500,000

This Mediterranean home has seven bedrooms on 2 acres with 300 feet worth of intercoastal water. This property measures in at a crazy 22,164 square-feet. The property has lakeside features such as waterfront views that will take your breath away. On this property, you will find a lanai, personal elevator, and a guesthouse. It is hard to believe when listed for just under sixty million dollars that this home just dropped its asking price by eight million dollars.

#6 2500 Gordan Drive

Listed at $60,900,000

The lavish Naples homes just keep on coming. This Naples home is a five bedroom property. This property has done just about everything from welcome charity events, to host Presidents. What makes this property unique is that it’s built in the Lowcountry style. One of the best features of this home is that it has a hidden getaway garden.

#5 800 S Pointe Drive Apt 2204, Miami Beach

Listed at 65,000,000

This tri-level condo is quintessential high-life Miami living. Some call it the best apartment south of New York City. Set in the grand Apogee waterfront condo development this apartment takes up floors 22 through 24. The crown jewel of this apartment is the 7,000 square-foot rooftop terrace. This terrace includes a movie theater, outdoor kitchen, dining space, cabana, jacuzzi, along with a private pool.

#4 1071 N Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach

Listed at 69,000,000

There are not too many amenities you can think of that this 35,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style mansion does not have. Some of these features include a private bowling alley, eight car garage, pub room, salon, home theater, game room, and a massage room. However, it’s hard to stay indoors when you have 242 feet of direct ocean frontage.

#3 Pumpkin Key Island, Key Largo

Listed at 95,000,000

This twenty-six-acre private island sits within the private Ocean Reef community in the Florida Keys. The island is home to a three-bedroom main house, a dock master’s apartment, and two caretaker’s cottages. The amenities include tennis courts which can be used as a helipad and a 20-slip marina that is capable of holding a mega-yacht. Pumpkin Key is unique in that its location allows you to be alone without being cut off.

#2 Il Palmetto, Palm Beach

Listed at 137,000,000

Il Palmetto is home to Netscape co-founder Jim Clark. This Italian Renaissance property is on the market for the first time since 1999. Built in 1930 this 5.45-acre ocean-to-lake estate has everything a billionaire could want. For example, a 16th century carved ceiling for your dining room, a 20,000-bottle limestone wine cellar, and of course an underground tunnel. In addition, the estate also has a backup 1,000-crate wine cellar.

#1 2000 S Ocean Boulevard, Manalapan

Listed at 195,000,000

Not only one of the most expensive in Florida but also the entire nation. First off, this tropical island-like compound takes up more than 15+ acres. This property was originally built in the 1940s and designed by Marion Sims Wyeth. In 2003 there was a complete reconstruction of the estate by current owners, the Ziff, publishing family. The compound is now home to 33 total bedrooms, not one but two golfing areas, a tennis court, multiple pools, butterfly garden, and an elaborate tree house. Gemini, as it is known, is complete with a dock and pier to go along with 1,300 feet of the Intracoastal Waterway and 1,200 feet of Atlantic Ocean beachfront.

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