Mansion Global: A 13,000-Square-Foot Florida Home is Headed to Auction

The Mediterranean-style compound has a guest house, a six-car garage and is located within Grey Oaks Country Club.

A nearly 13,000-square-foot Florida mansion, part of Grey Oaks Country Club, is set to hit the auction block in April. 

The six-bedroom, 11-bathroom mansion in Naples will be offered without reserve in a live auction on April 10, according to Tara McLean, the president of Elite Auctions, which is handling the sale. 

“This home has everything one would expect of a residence set within one of Naples’ most prestigious golf and country club communities,” she said in an email, adding that it overlooks the golf course and a lake on the property. 

The country club offers avid golf fans several options for play, according to former professional golfer Mark Lye.

“There are three great golf courses here that test all levels of your skill, and plus a great practice facility,” he said in a video for the property. 

The club also has a putting green, a 30,000-square-foot wellness center and basketball, bocce, pickleball and tennis courts, as well as three restaurants and two clubhouses. 

Built in 2008, the Mediterranean-style villa offers an indoor-outdoor lifestyle, with terraces and loggias to expand the space. That includes a game room on the upper level with retractable walls that lead out onto a balcony overlooking the property’s infinity-edge saltwater pool and palm trees.

Other features include a separate guest house, a six-car garage with golf cart access and additional living space above, a wine cellar, a media room, an elevator and five gas fireplaces. The primary bedroom suite boasts a wraparound shower and a soaking tub. 

Listed for $6.3 million, the property first hit the market for just under $7 million in February 2019, according to listing records. The price was dropped to about $6.5 million in April 2020 and to the current price in November. Lori Sherrill of Hartford Realty has the listing. 

The property last traded for about $1.2 million in 2005, according to property records. The owners did not immediately return requests for comment. 

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