May 9, 2020

Newly Built 21,000 Square Foot Waterfront Mega Mansion In Delray Beach, FL


9192 Rockybrook Way is a newly built stone mega mansion in Delray Beach, FL that is located in the guard-gated Stone Creek Ranch luxury enclave. Known as Rockybrook Estate, this Spanish Colonial-inspired residence neighbors The Sundara Estate, a 26,000+ square foot estate which was also designed by Brenner Architecture Group, LLC. Situated on 2.7 acres of land, Rockybrook is South Florida's perfect blend of modern classicism and throwback glamour.

It features 21,000 square feet of living space (plus 10,000+ square feet of outdoor entertainment/living space), seven bedrooms, 11 full and three half bathrooms, two-story foyer with double staircase, an elevator, two-story great room with fireplace, glass-enclosed wine room, formal dining room, butler's pantry, gourmet kitchen with double islands and state-of-the-art appliances, a separate catering kitchen, breakfast room, family room with built-in media center, home office, recreation room with expansive wet bar, 20-seat home theater with stadium-style seating, upper level two-lane bowling alley, an exercise room and separate spa with sauna and steam shower, a salon, garage parking for eight cars, and much more. Outdoor features include a gated entrance, two motor courts, a porte-cochere, front and rear water features, front covered porch, rear loggia with BBQ kitchen, balconies, open and covered terraces, patios, a resort-style free form infinity-edge swimming with spa and fire bowls, a pavilion, a fire pit, and a lighted tennis/sport court with viewing pavilion.


































YEAR BUILT: 2020

SQUARE FEET: 21,000

BEDROOMS: 7

BATHROOMS: 11 full, 3 half

LIST PRICE: $23,500,000

LISTING AGENT(S): Senada Adzem of Douglas Elliman | Florida


2 comments:

  1. This would be absolutely perfect with a gym😍

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  2. Princess G -it has a gym, the description calls it an "exercise room with spa." This mansion is fine outside - nice architecture - but inside, the black-white décor, ,especially the black draperies, somehow makes me think of a deluxe mortuary. I also don't see any rooms grand enough to be worth over a thousand dollars / square foot.

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