Manalapan, FL’s Iconic ‘Acqua Liana’ Estate Reduced to $19.9M, Prev. $26.5M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Manalapan, FL’s Iconic ‘Acqua Liana’ Estate Reduced to $19.9M, Prev. $26.5M

620 S Ocean Boulevard, Manalapan, Florida, United States, 33462

An iconic Florida home built by Frank McKinney in 2008 has been reduced to $19,900,000. It was last on the market in 2015 for $26,500,000. It’s known as Acqua Liana and builder Frank McKinney touts it as being the worlds largest and most opulent certified green home. With over 15,000 square feet of space, the oceanfront home includes 7 bedrooms, 10 full and 1 half bathrooms. One of the home’s most impressive rooms is the entrance. Walk through the $60,000 bamboo door to reveal a one-of-a-kind entrance with 24-foot tall window water walls, an 18-inch thick glass floor with hand-painted tiles below and a massive $220,000 hand-blown glass chandelier hanging above the staircase. The home sits on 1.86 ocean-to-intracoastal acres giving you access to a private beach and space to dock a boat up to 120-feet. When the property made its debut in 2008 it came with a substantial $29,000,000 price tag. It eventually sold in 2010 for $15,500,000. It came back on the market in 2015 for $26,500,000 and has just been re-listed for $19,900,000. It’s on the market with Premier Estate Properties

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