Footwear executive buys West Palm Beach mansion for $10.5M

Footwear executive buys West Palm Beach mansion for $10.5M

A designer of women’s shoes purchased a mansion on the Intracoastal Waterway in West Palm Beach.

Developer Owen Mark Sanderson and his wife, Diana Uribe Sanderson , sold the 7,032-square-foot home at 3180 Washington Road for $10.5 million to 3180 Washington LLC, managed by Marc B. Fisher of Greenwich, Connecticut. Morgan Stanley Private Bank in New York provided a $7.5 million mortgage to the buyer.

Fisher is the founder of Greenwich-based Marc Fisher Footwear, which includes brands such as Easy Spirit, Nine West, Guess and Tommy Hilfiger.

This continues the run of big executives from the Northeast buying luxury homes in South Florida.

The price equated to $1,493 per square foot. The seller was represented by Ashley D. McIntosh and Chris Leavitt of Douglas Elliman while the buyer worked with Adam McPherson , also of Douglas Elliman.

The property last sold for $5.1 million in 2007. It was the Sandersons’ homestead property. They listed an address in Palm Beach on the deed.

Built on the 0.7-acre site in 2002, the home features seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a pool, an office, a spa, a summer kitchen, a game room, and a dock.

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