A Florida mansion in the exclusive Stone Creek Ranch community in Delray Beach has been listed for $24.2 million.
Known as the “Rosewood Estate,” the mansion is considered “eye candy” for real estate and spans an impressive 11,500 square feet.
Perhaps the most unique aspect, however, is the 24-hour community security staffed by ex-Marine soldiers.
“All 187 acres are guarded 24/7 by ex-military and police officers and using the most advanced technology available,” Senada Adzem, who co-authors the list with Douglas Elliman, told The Post.
“The Rosewood Estate is a stunning architectural masterpiece,” added Adzem.
Consisting of six bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, amenities include a quality home theater, saltwater pool with an original sculpture by artist David Harper, tennis court, half basketball court, full spa with sauna, library, and craft/hobby room.
The open floor plan features a chef’s kitchen and a sunroom for “afternoon tea,” according to the listing.
Spread over 6 acres, the property features two first floor VIP suites and a second floor master suite with a private balcony, fireplace, two bathrooms, closets and dressing room.
Stone Creek Ranch has been described as an extremely exclusive gated community for billionaires and celebrities such as Steve Cohen and healthcare investor Eric Moskow.
The neighborhood has just 37 multi-million dollar properties and is 187 acres in size.