A spokesperson for the couple told Fox Business that the 11-bedroom, 22-bathroom home went into contract over the summer and will serve as a vacation home for the family; the Schonfelds primarily reside in New York. According to CNBC, the new property’s amenities include a bowling alley, a spa, an ice cream stand, and a candy parlor.
But Griffin is no stranger in the world of expensive real estate. Earlier this year, he bought a $238 million penthouse in New York City — the most expensive real-estate transaction ever recorded in the US.
The $111 million Florida estate is also among the most expensive real-estate transactions in the country. In fact, it ranked No. 8 on Business Insider’s list of the most expensive homes sold in the US over the past decade.
Other homes on the list include the Chartwell Estate in Los Angeles, California, which sold for a jaw-dropping $150 million in 2019, and the Playboy Mansion in Holmby Hills, which sold for $100 million in 2016.