Russell Weiner, the energy drink billionaire, is looking to sell not just one but two luxury properties located in two Florida neighborhoods, says the Wall Street Journal. And for both properties together, the Rockstar energy drink creator is asking for a total of $71.5 million.
That's one home in Miami Beach priced at $35 million, and the other one in Delray Beach for $36.5 million. Both homes are only two among many owned by Weiner as he's reportedly put more and more resources into real estate investments in both Florida and California.
Weiner bought the Miami Beach property in 2016 for about $20 million, and according to the listing agent he's done significant work on it since then, putting in a new audio system, landscaping lighting, a Jacuzzi, and a catering kitchen. The house spans over 9,000 square feet and boasts six bedrooms, eight baths, wine cellar, and swimming pool. You can take a look at the property in the video from ONE Sotheby's International Realty below, albeit one from a few years ago before Weiner's renovations and additions:
Then there's the second property in Delray Beach, a six bedroom, eight bathroom mansion which the official listing says is known as "Pelican Estate." Weiner bought in 2009 $11.6 million, reportedly doing a few improvements here as well, such as various "smart home" features, and right now the asking price is $36.5 million. The listing goes on:
"Designed with unparalleled architectural vision, the estate is positioned in the most exclusive and sought after location in Delray Beach. The property, completely private and tucked behind dual entry gates, provides an ideal atmosphere designed for epic living with the residence featuring over 18,820 of total square feet. A sense of adventure abounds as one discovers the magnificently landscaped grounds, resort-style saltwater pool and spa, tennis court and pavilion complete with dressing room, bath and laundry, covered and open patios, stunning panoramic ocean vistas and sun-drenched beach."
In 2017, Weiner is reported to have listed a similarly improved home for $45 million, but ended up taking the listing down last year after a price reduction of about $9 million.