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Historic Mediterranean Home Designed by Architect John Volk Hits the Market in Palm Beach, FL for $12.9M (PHOTOS)

Historic Mediterranean Home Designed by Architect John Volk Hits the Market in Palm Beach, FL for $12.9M (PHOTOS)

Historic Mediterranean Home Designed by Architect John Volk Hits the Market in Palm Beach, FL for $12.9M (PHOTOS)
January 30
15:45 2018

Historic Mediterranean Home Designed by Architect John Volk Hits the Market in Palm Beach, FL for $12.9M

255 Clarke Avenue, Palm Beach, Florida, United States, 33480

A breathtaking landmark estate with roots dating to c.1927 has hit the market in Palm Beach, Florida for $12,950,000. The house was designed by noted architect John Volk in c.1927 and underwent a full renovation by previous owners Frances and Jeffrey Fisher. Palm Beach Daily News reported that the project included restoring the living room’s pecky cypress beamed ceiling and uncovering original Spanish tile floors. The Fisher family sold the home in October 2008 for $9,680,000.  No detail has been overlooked with custom hand painted cabinetry, wide plank wood flooring and ornate fireplace mantels. There is over 9,100 square feet of space with sunroom, elevator, chef’s kitchen, family room and large living room. The loggias open to the sensational backyard with pool, fountain, cabana and summer kitchen, and also provide access to the 2 bedroom guest house. It’s on the market for $12,950,000 with Gary Pohrer of Douglas Elliman. 

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