Re-done penthouse on Palm Beach’s Value Avenue a ‘special hideaway’

When New Yorkers Karin and Douglas Waggoner determined to make Palm Seaside their residence in…

A balcony at Penthouse 17 on the eighth floor of the Winthrop House in Palm Beach looks captures ocean views straight down the coast. [Edouard Zak Photography, photo courtesy Sotheby's International Realty]

When New Yorkers Karin and Douglas Waggoner determined to make Palm Seaside their residence in 2017, they were content to locate — and then absolutely renovate — a penthouse at the Winthrop Household, 100 Truly worth Ave.

“It’s just been a extremely particular hideaway,” Karin claims. “I’ve always felt, when I change my essential, that I am going for walks into a magnificent hotel suite.

“We often wanted to see the ocean. From the wraparound balcony, we can see all the way down the shoreline, the Everglades Golf Program and the downtown of Palm Beach,” she states.

In Penthouse 17 at the Winthrop House, the living area's windows frame a view of the West Palm Beach skyline beyond the Intracoastal Waterway. [Edouard Zak Photography, photo courtesy Sotheby's International Realty]

The condominium, identified as PH17, had excellent ceiling heights — and a fantastic point, far too. “My partner is tall,” Karin quips.

Right now, seeking more space to host family members, the Waggoners have bought a one-family members home in the Estate Part. And so they’ve listed their two-bedroom, two-tub condominium — with 2,001 sq. toes inside of and on the balcony. Agent Christine Franks of Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty has it priced at $4.15 million, with the furnishings accessible by separate negotiations.