Billy Joel still seeks a buyer for his palatial 13,349-square-foot Florida estate. Initially listed at $64.9 million, the Mediterranean mega-mansion now asks $54.9 million.
Despite the discount, lavish details still abound across 1.6 acres. A spectacular foyer greets with a piano-themed dual staircase beneath intricate ceilings. The light-filled living room leads to a loggia with waterfront views. A home theater adjoins a bar with custom pub styling.
The chef’s kitchen dazzles with high-end appliances, ornate millwork and enormous island. Unexpected luxuries like a china closet exude opulence. Unique woodwork and crystal lighting add flair throughout.
For privacy, the primary suite includes wood-burning fireplaces in both bedroom and bath, plus a private terrace. Most bedrooms offer balconies overlooking tranquil waterways. A screening room, office with built-ins and guest apartment allow ample amenities.
Outdoors, resort-style features like a summer kitchen, al fresco dining, and infinity pool beckon. A deep water dock extends possibilities. Detached garages accommodate a dozen vehicles.
Joel has sold over 160 million records. On February 1, he released “Turn the Lights Back On,” his first single in nearly two decades.