Florida ID: 3701
200 Via Palma
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- Garage Spaces2
- Approx. Sq. Ft.12,620
- Intracoastal view
A Wyeth Masterpiece on the Intracoastal The most majestic setting and expansive water views surround this 7 bedroom/9.5 bath classic estate plus spacious cabana/guest house. Beautifully sited on slightly over an acre in the prime estate area of Palm Beach, only ten minutes to the private airport and Palm Beach International Airport and three minutes to world-class shopping on Worth Avenue, the scale of this home is impressive. The gracious floor plan is perfect for entertaining and generous wall space make it an art collector's haven. Its exquisite gardens with lofty trees and sprawling lawns enhance the shimmering tiled pool/spa with fountains overlooking a most magnificent part of the intracoastal waterway. Aesthetically stunning floor-to-ceiling windows, parquet de Versailles flooring, intricate moldings, extremely high ceilings, five fireplaces, sophisticated turned glass handrail on the staircase are only for the most discerning. The master bedroom suite is light-filled with a separate sitting room and two luxurious bathrooms and spacious closets and dressing rooms. Outside the master suite is a private veranda with retractable awning adding delightful outdoor space overlooking the intracoastal. The cabana may be utilized as a guest house or media room, adjacent to the main house. This is a rare opportunity to own one of Palm Beach's most important "trophy" residences.
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According to early settler accounts, Palm Beach received its name from the shipwreck of the "Providencia."
The ship washed ashore in January of 1878 with a cargo of cocoanuts bound from Havana to Barcelona. Early settlers lost no time salvaging and planting the cocoanuts, which were not native to South Florida, hoping to launch the area into the commercial cocoanut industry. But this lush barrier island, 16 miles long and located 65 miles north of Miami, was destined for much bigger things. Its close proximity to the warm waters of the Gulf Stream produced a hothouse environment where the crème de la crème would flourish.