Bella Fortuna Estate, a new-construction waterfront mansion in Fort Lauderdale, is on the market for a record $39 million.
That’s $2,248 per square foot for the estate’s 17,352-square-foot expanse. The Las Olas Isles home’s 27 total rooms include a secret “safe” room, five ensuite bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. See below for full features and exclusive photos.
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Features of Bella Fortuna Estate:
Panoramic Intracoastal and New River views, custom-cut oolite walls, raised foundation so first floor is 10 feet above sea level, whisper-ride elevator, mahogany butler’s pantry, custom marble throughout, custom Italian terrazzo floors, butternut wood library with hand-scraped hickory-plank floors, massage room, French lavastone kitchen countertops, Wolf and Subzero appliances, hand-painted Portuguese wall tiles, heated pool with salt-generated filtration, P.E. Guertin and Nanz hardware, Charles Edwards lanterns handmade in England, exterior kitchen, seven balconies, two fireplaces with antique surrounds, two home offices, five-hole putting green, home gym with cork flooring, four-car garage, 750 linear feet on the water, 350-foot concrete dock, whole-house generator, architecture by Jeffrey W. Smith of Smith Architectural Group in Palm Beach, interior design by Bunny Williams in New York.
The undisclosed seller is being represented by Katrina Campins of Katrina Campins Group / Trump International Realty Miami.