Cumberland Farms heir sells Boca Raton mansion for $15M (Photos)

A trust in the name of Byron G. Haseotes Jr., a member of the family that founded the Cumberland Farms convenience store chain, sold his Boca Raton mansion for $15 million.

Haseotes sold his homestead property of 8,341 square feet at 310 E. Alexander Palm Road to the Skyline Stewardship Realty Trust with Daniel P. Carbonneau as trustee. Jonathan Postma of Coldwell Banker Realty, who represented the seller in the deed, said the total price came to $16.25 million, as the buyer paid extra for the furnishings, fixtures and equipment in the house. Scott Eckert of RPE Realty worked with the seller.

The price equated to $1,798.

It last traded for $11.12 million in 2020, the same year it was built.

The home is located on a 0.34-acre lot along a canal in the Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club. Postma said the home offers extra privacy because it faces Capone Island, instead of a home on the other side of the canal.

The home has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, two half-bathrooms, a den, pool, summer kitchen, elevator and fireplace.

The Haseotes family opened the first Cumberland Farms convenience store in 1962. The chain has grown to nearly 600 stores in eight states, including Florida.

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