October 17, 2021

Dare Quill

The Real Estate Maniacs

New residence available furnished at $41.9 million

4 min read

Before Jagbir Singh and his spouse, Sarla, moved to South Florida in 2011, their estate was an 85-acre compound in Bernardsville, New Jersery, which comprised five residences. 

“We had been utilised to living in a very roomy, very personal put,” explains Jagbir Singh. 

With that in head, they chose an estate in Manalapan on a large good deal. Then in 2014, they looked north to Palm Beach and bought the late Gertrude Maxwell Hurwitz’s estate at 1700 S. Ocean Blvd., eyeing it as a possible residence for their son and his relatives. 

Sarla was right away smitten with the Palm Beach house, her husband remembers. The property seemed east to the ocean on South Ocean Boulevard at the entrance to Parc Monceau, an enclave built in the early 1960s by the late developer Clarence Mack in his signature Palm Seashore Regency architectural design. 

A balcony showcases the ocean view from the upper-level master bedroom at 1700 S. Ocean Blvd., a recently completed house listed, furnished, at $41.9 million.

The household also appealed to Jagbir. 

“It’s a beautiful ton with a nice residence that we imagined we could rehab, but sadly, we observed that it was not salvageable. It was not structurally sound at all, and we were apprehensive some accident would materialize,” Jagbir remembers. 

At that level, the Singhs decided that demolishing the current house and building a new house would be a better option, and in 2019, after ironing out facts with the town’s Architectural Fee, they commenced construction. Headed by architect Jacqueline Albarran of SKA Architecture & Planner, the crew included Lynn Bender Landscape Architect, normal contractor Mark Timothy Inc. and Marc-Michaels Style Group for the interior structure. 

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