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.