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Ian: Targeting more than $13M, mansions vie for most expensive sold on SWFL’s Bonita Beach

Ian: Targeting more than $13M, mansions vie for most expensive sold on SWFL’s Bonita Beach

In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, at least a pair of properties are vying to become the most expensive sold on Bonita Beach.

On Friday afternoon, the Dawn McKenna Group listed a $13.5 million estate at 26564 Hickory Blvd. that it said features five bedrooms, eight bathrooms and more than 10.000 square feet of total living space.

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Built in 2020, the three-story home has an elevator, dual primary upstairs and downstairs suites, a chef’s kitchen with Thermador appliances and quartz counters, custom wet bar, built-in wine fridge, tray ceilings, marble baths and wood flooring.

Smart home technology in the home includes surround sound, full home-automated lighting system and motorized shutters/screens, plus there’s an infinity pool, outdoor kitchen and fireplace, garage room for at least four vehicles and a metal roof that escaped Ian with minimal damage, the real estate agents said.

“Homes built in compliance with Miami-Dade Hurricane Building Code are optimal due to proximity to the Gulf,” Said McKenna Group’s Ardel McKenna. “Potter Homes has consistently built the best homes on the beach with the assurance that they can withstand anything Mother Nature produces, and this home is no exception.”

In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, 26564 Hickory Blvd. is vying to become the most expensive mansion sold on Bonita Beach. The more wooded spot at the bottom center of the image is a public access. The listed $13.5 million beachfront home, which real estate agents said had minimal storm damage, is the fourth house north of that. To the northeast of the house is a then muck-covered Hickory Boulevard right after Hurricane Ian and its Sept. 28 storm surge.

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The mansion, owned by Minnesota-based 26564 Hickory Blvd Land Trust since last year’s $8.5 million acquisition, is the latest effort by the McKenna agency to dip its toes into coastal areas outside Collier County, where it had been largely focused.

The listing trails the $15.9 million oasis at 27586 Hickory Blvd. that John R. Wood Properties began selling last month. Evangelist David Turner and his wife, Jennifer, purchased the five-bedroom, seven-bathroom abode last year for $7.5 million, county records show.

The most expensive home sold on Bonita Beach came June 29 for a four-bedroom, seven-bath palazzo at 26476 Hickory Blvd. acquired for $10.5 million by a company tied to Chicagoland entrepreneur Ken “Bucky” Buckman, according to Zillow and Lee County documents. It sold for $2.25 million in 2016.

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In Hurricane Ian aftermath, mansion vying to shatter most expensive home sold on Bonita Beach.

In recent days, Sspannibel set span record for the biggest recorded sale ever, with the purchase of a $11.7 million estate. In 2021, an estate on Captiva went for $17.15 million, tops in Lee County, based on data from the Southwest Florida Multiple Listing Service, or MLS. 

Over the summer, the most expensive home in Naples history sold for $62 million, shattering the record by $10 million.



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