A luxe Palm Beach home was purchased recently by Fox News’ Bret Baier. The property changed hands this month for $37 million.
The mixed-architectural home, which dates to 2015, is protected from the street by a formidably high hedge border. Its façade is suitably grandiose—fleshed out by an extended Greek Revival portico that give it a familiarly formal identity. In back, the home breaks into more Modern-style architecture, albeit with a low Mansard roofline that keeps the more traditional in perspective.
Inside, the 7,800 square-foot house is similarly voiced. There’s a lot of white and a bit of warm off-white, and a fair amount of figured white marble, to carry the day. A few more striking details emerge along a tour, however, including a bit of striped cool-toned wall covering and the Escher-esque floor in the master bath, a flourish that’s a bit late to the party but, as always, visually engaging.
The property lifestyle, of course, is freely indoor/outdoor. The lot spans about six-tenths of an acre, and the structure’s retractable glass opens to a bevy of amenities that culminate in a Roman-style pool with a table sunlounge and spa as a companion piece.