While we’re usually laser focused on all things California real estate, an out-of-state listing of this size deserves some attention! Gordon Pointe, a nine-acre compound in Naples, Florida, has just been listed for a staggering $295 million—which would shatter U.S. home sales records should it sell even remotely close to asking.
Sat within the exclusive neighborhood of Port Royal, this extraordinary property features pristine beaches bordering the Gulf of Mexico, a private 231-foot yacht basin and a 111-foot T-dock. The compound currently features one primary home and two guest homes, in all offering six bedrooms and 22 bathrooms.
But there’s room to grow!
Marketing materials for the listing note that the property boasts the potential for several additional home sites that feature 728 feet of beach frontage and 927 feet of bay frontage for an incredible total of 1,655 feet of water frontage.
According to the Wall Street Journal, financier John Donahue bought the original four-acre parcel for just $1 million in 1985. Over the next decade, the Donahues amassed roughly 60 acres and used the location as a family retreat.
Back to the potential record sale, the current U.S. home sale record was set in 2019, when Citadel’s Ken Griffin bought a Manhattan penthouse for $240 million.
Dawn McKenna and Christine Lutz with Coldwell Banker Realty hold the listing.
Photos by Dawn McKenna Group, courtesy of marketing materials