S. County Road, Palm Beach, Florida, 33480 | Property for sale | Savills
1,063 sq m
Guide price $79,000,000(€72,525,950)

S. County RoadPalm Beach, Florida, 33480


    Key features

    • Waterfront property
    • Proximity to the heart of Palm Beach
    • Gourmet eat-in kitchen
    • Poolside cabana
    • Private putting green

    854 S County Rd offers a very rare opportunity to acquire a large 2+ acre lakefront property close to the heart of Palm Beach.

    About this property

    • Designed by beloved architect, Howard Major, this exceptional compound offers a beautifully located property on the Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Beach's grand Estate Section.

      Affording a desirable & lengthy entry processional, ample privacy, infrequently available green space for a well-located tennis court & pavilion, & the close proximity of nearby Worth Avenue's shopping, galleries & restaurants.

      This exciting waterfront hideaway lends expansive water views from all primary rooms. Gracious formal dining & living rooms invite entertaining of all sizes. A light-filled gourmet eat-in kitchen is perfectly positioned for comfortable daily living. Generously sized covered terraces outside the kitchen inspire casual dining in a serene setting with spectacular water views across the manicured grounds. A luxurious entertainment bar excitingly announces the home's oversized family/media room with its' volume ceiling & fun Hollywood flair.

      Additionally, this tropical paradise offers a myriad of outdoor recreation opportunities via a pool-side cabana, private putting green, dock, & ample lawn for games. To the west, incredible water views perfectly capture the setting sun. To the east, just outside the loggia, the lap pool is lushly framed by majestic mature trees & landscaping. This exceptional lakefront estate radiates playful elegance in a understated yet sophisticated way.

    Local information

    • Palm Beach is an exceptional place, and really, it could not have been any other way. The area we know today was founded by oil magnate Henry Morrison Flagler as a Gilded Age-era resort at the turn of the 20th century. Beneath swaying palm trees, Flagler built his fabulous Beaux-Arts mansion—now the eponymous museum—along with extravagant hotels, and the world followed him there. Since the very start, Palm Beach has defined timeless elegance. Literally and metaphorically, it's an island: Bridges may now connect Palm Beach to the mainland, but it remains a place set apart. It's a world unto itself, a town with global tastes and a value for the finer things in life. From its spectacular residences to its immaculate parks, every aspect of the island fits the dictionary definition of magnificence.