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A Fort Lauderdale mansion that's been home to disbarred attorney and "foreclosure king" David J. Stern is now selling for $32 million.
The Harborage Isle home boasts more than 17,000 square feet of living space, with six bedrooms and seven bathrooms—not to mention its tennis court, cabana, infinity pool, yacht dockage, and incredible views of the Intracoastal Waterway and city. Listing agent Dennis Stevick said the property’s grandeur is what sets it apart.
“This is the most luxurious and well-proportioned residence currently on the local market,” Stevick, vice president and broker of DND Associates, said. “Its private guard gated island location makes you feel as if you are on that ‘special’ vacation of a lifetime. I personally think the upstairs master suite and terrace is amazing.”
The 2007 property is now for sale after the owner’s decision to downsize, Stevick said. And whoever buys it will be welcomed home with elegance across every inch of the home—from marble accents to hardwood flooring.
“From the dramatic double staircase to the exquisitely detailed living and dining areas that flow seamlessly to the endless entertainment options, this home represents the very best of the best,” Stevick said.
On the market for less than two weeks, the home is already catching attention both locally and internationally. A video of the property has been viewed more than 22,500 times, Stevick said.
And here it is:
The Harborage Isle home that's been home to South Florida attorney David J. Stern has now hit the market.