Billionaire Larry Ellison Wants $145M for His North Palm Beach Estate

Billionaire entrepreneur Larry Ellison is selling his North Palm Beach estate and it comes as no surprise that the premium beachfront property has a hefty price tag. Ellison, the co-founder of Oracle, is worth more than $100 billion according to Forbes, and his property is seeking a whopping $145 million.

The estate is the largest oceanfront parcel currently on the market in South Florida, spanning over 6.5 acres (8.5 acres when you include dune and beach). Set in Seminole Landing, an exclusive gated community, the expensive home is secluded, secure, and, of course, spacious. For accommodation, it holds six bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, and five half baths. Outside, there’s a swimming pool and tennis court, but it also has space for a helicopter to land for stylish coming and going. Perhaps its most alluring attribute is the beach itself, which is right at the home’s doorstep.

Clearly a fan of coastal living, Ellison moved to Hawaii’s island of Lanai permanently in 2020, as he bought nearly all of the island for $300 million a decade ago, per Forbes. However, the 78-year-old is keeping a stake in Florida. Earlier this summer, Ellison closed on the state’s biggest residential sale ever, according to Bloomberg. He purchased a 30-bedroom Manalapan estate in Palm Beach County for $173 million.

Adam McPherson, Chris Leavitt, and Ashley McIntosh of The Leavitt/McIntosh Team at Douglas Elliman hold the massive listing. Farhad Farman of Compass serves as a strategic marketing adviser.