The billionaire CEO of FleetCor Systems, an Atlanta-dependent digital payments company, bought the waterfront mansion subsequent doorway to his Jupiter house for $15.7 million.
Documents clearly show Ronald and Leeanne Clarke purchased the house at 194 Spyglass Court from Thomas Bigony and Randall Bigony, as trustees of their late mother’s estate.
Ronald Clarke was the best paid CEO in Ga in 2016, the Atlanta Journal-Structure reported. His take that yr –– $21.7 million –– landed him among the the ranks of Starbucks and Walmart CEOs for executive shell out deals. “People want to reward brilliance,” Leeanne Clarke advised the outlet.
Forbes pegs his wealth at $1 billion.
The Bigony brothers’ mom, Kit Bigony, died in June. Their father, Fred Bigony, founded Massachusetts-dependent Harvey Developing Products and solutions in 1961. Thomas Bigony is the current CEO of the organization. Randall Bigony is principal and COO of Kipling Money.
Gary Pohrer of Douglas Elliman represented both of those the potential buyers and the vendor in the sale.
Data display Fred and Package Bigony bought the property in 1998 for $1.1 million. Crafted in 1999, the mansion spans 9,290 square feet and has 102 ft of h2o frontage. The four-bedroom, 5-lavatory house sits on .7 acres with an outside kitchen and a non-public dock. It’s in the coronary heart of Admirals Cove, a non-public local community that demands that residents join its place club.
The Clarkes have owned the home future door at 196 Spyglass Court since 2007, when they acquired the 5-bed room, 6-bathroom dwelling for $4.7 million, information demonstrate. Also on the waterfront, the 5,692-square-foot home was constructed in 1991 on .6 acres.
Clarke’s most current acquire is component of a escalating pattern among the wealthy South Florida property owners to grow their turf and enhance their privateness.
Pohrer claimed getting a property up coming door, or at minimum contemplating it, is rather regular these times.
“People are contemplating [that] if the property next doorway to them comes out there, they’ll at minimum take a search at it,” he reported.
Jupiter’s residential industry is solid, with potential buyers flocking to its golfing-centric gated communities and additional economical waterfront residences. Leonard Abramson, a previous titan of the wellness insurance policy business, offered his waterfront Admirals Cove home final month for $7 million. Also in August, a retired utility main marketed his renovated Bear’s Club mansion for $15 million, and a hedge funder purchased a waterfront property for $10.3 million.