Luxury Listings, Part 1

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of nine luxury residential properties featured in the April issue of Lifestyle.

Address: 9192 Rockybrook Way, Delray Beach

By the numbers: 31,000 square feet overall; 7 bedrooms, 11 full baths, 3 half baths

Highlights: This architectural marvel at prestigious Stone Creek Ranch, a luxury community with only 37 estates, seamlessly marries the worlds of modern classicism and throwback glamour. Spread across a 2½-acre lot, the amenity-rich Rockybrook Estate dazzles with one enchanting space after another—a grand foyer with a custom-designed open-arms staircase, a stately living room with 32-foot walls, a dining room with white agate backlit walls and mother-of-pearl ceiling treatment, and a Zen-like garden area with a waterfall and koi pond. The outdoor spaces, built for entertaining, include a 250,000-gallon infinity-edge pool, fire pits, a grotto with a rain feature, a summer kitchen and a tennis court. Interior enhancements include a cinema-style theater room, cigar room, spa treatment room, gym/sauna—and a two-lane bowling alley.

The price: $23 million

Broker: Senada Adžem, executive director of luxury sales at Douglas Elliman; 561.322.8208 (to reach The Senada Team), [email protected]

Expert market insights: “Resort-style living is a driving force in the ultra-luxury real estate market,” Adžem says. “The tax breaks, warm weather and COVID-friendly environments have been very alluring. People are rethinking their way of living—their wants and needs—as a result of the pandemic.”

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