Donald A. Burns sells Palm Seashore seaside household at 1021 N. Ocean Blvd.

A Palm Beach front oceanfront home with Bermuda-motivated architecture has offered for a recorded $28 million, 4 yrs following the seller unsuccessful to win the town’s approval to change the residence with a up to date-design and style custom dwelling.

The Architectural Commission’s 2016 final decision sparked an ongoing lawsuit that has landed in a federal appeals courtroom in Atlanta.

Businessman and telecommunications entrepreneur Donald A. Burns bought the 6-bedroom property at 1021 N. Ocean Blvd., the place he lived for far more than two a long time. The deed for the North Finish sale recorded Wednesday, but the purchaser was not  straight away discovered in the preliminary information and facts about the sale posted on the Palm Beach front County Clerk’s web-site.

Built in 1949, the property and an outbuilding have 10,214 sq. ft of living area, inside of and out, residence records display. The good deal measures 6-tenths of an acre with 100 toes of shoreline near the intersection of Eden Street. The property is a few streets north of the Palm Seaside Place Club.

A have faith in linked in courthouse records to Burns compensated a recorded $3.75 million for the residence in 1998. The rely on afterwards transferred ownership into Burns’ title, documents show.

The oceanfront house at 1021 N. Ocean Blvd. can be seen in the center of this aerial photo, next door to the large vacant lot. The house just sold for a recorded $28 million.

The property was not marketed in the area a number of listing services when it sold. But it was listed in June at $34 million, though the listing was withdrawn from the MLS in early September, MLS data display. The residence was also mentioned for sale in 2015.

The most recent listing had been put by agent Jim McCann of Leading Estate Attributes. Attained Wednesday, McCann would not say if he was associated in the sale and declined to explore the home.

Burns also declined to remark.

Ocean sights

McCann’s listing explained the house’s “beautiful architectural information throughout” with a structure built “for casually sophisticated residing and entertaining.”