A penthouse with ocean views on the Florida coastline is a dreamy scenario. And when you’re the wealthy owner of the Miami Marlins, the Sunshine State dream is a reality.
Team owner Bruce Sherman has enjoyed the ultimate Florida lifestyle in his beachside condo, but he’s ready to give it up in favor of something new. He recently listed his sprawling 12,050-square-foot penthouse in Naples for $18.9 million.
The fourth-floor penthouse is one of 37 residences in the Regent building, of which five are penthouses. Although the building sits on the west coast of Florida, where the sunset offers a perfect backdrop, you can also wake up to a gorgeous sunrise. Now that’s a home run!
The interior of the home takes on the same curves as the building itself, with bowed walls and windows. The kitchen is an island unto itself, with rounded countertops and curvy cabinetry.
The unit has five bedrooms, all with water views; an office; and a home theater.
Floor-to-ceiling windows mean grand-slam views from just about every space in the room. There’s even a guest cottage with a master suite and kitchen so guests can be close, but not too close.
The amenities the Regent provides are almost as good as winning a pennant. The private elevator reaches the private, air-conditioned garage with space for three cars. On property, there’s a sparkling pool, outdoor kitchen, and cabanas so you can get some of that quality Florida sunshine.
Sherman, 71, co-founded Private Capital Management and managed billions in assets before retiring from investing in 2009. In 2017, he led an investment group to purchase the Miami Marlins from Jeffrey Loria for $1.2 billion.
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