Stunning, Asian-Inspired Florida Estate Gets $10 Million Price Cut
As the owner of the Boston Red Sox, the Boston Globe, and Liverpool F.C., it’s safe to say that billionaire John Henry knows a thing or two about making trades. So, when he recently chopped $10 million off the listing price on his sprawling south Florida estate, it became obvious just how motivated he is to sell.
Tashun, which means ''The House of Peace,'' in Japanese, is a breezy 27,832-square-foot retreat in Boca Raton’s prestigious gated community, Le Lac. Situated on six waterfront acres, in addition to 7 bedrooms and 19 bathrooms (10 full and nine partial), the Asian-inspired property features a state-of-the-art recording studio, a theater with a concession stand, a separate guest wing, a temperature-controlled wine cellar for nearly 1,000 bottles, and an alfresco dining area with wood-fired pizza oven.
According to Forbes, Henry first listed the property last fall for $25 million, but lowered the price for the first time, to $15 million, last week. For more information visit HouseOfPeaceFlorida.com and keep scrolling for a tour.