Addison Mizner’s Casa del Ensuenos in Palm Beach is Listed for $32.5M

The stately and historic Casa del Ensuenos in Palm Beach, designed by that narrow strip of money’s most iconic architect, Addison Mizner, is on the market asking a generous $32.5 million. Curbed wrote something about it last week. Apparently the name probably means ‘house of the dreams,’ but more importantly, it’s a Mizner! A good Mizner is worth its weight in Manolo Blahniks, and this one’s a real gem.

Built in 1923, the fourteen thousand square foot historic palazzo comes with plenty of delicious interior square footage with lots of original details, a pool, a cabana, and tropical gardens. There’s a medieval maze in those gardens. The main house is landmarked, but the guest house isn’t. It’s listed by Sotheby’s International Realty Realtor¬†Christina Condon.¬†(that’s Condon, with an N) Oh, and it’s a mile away from Mar-a-Lago, but you’ll survive.



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