Summit Partners Exec Buys Golden Beach Spec Mansion
An executive at private equity firm Summit Partners paid $25 million for a new non-waterfront spec mansion in Golden Beach, likely marking a record price for dry home sales in Miami-Dade County.
DM Golden Beach LLC sold the 13,200-square-foot, six-bedroom estate at 436 Ocean Boulevard to Scott C. Collins and his wife, Ghislaine Collins, according to property records. The seller is managed by Dmitriy V. Mashchenko.
Scott Collins is COO and a managing director at Boston-based Summit, which has more than $35 billion in assets under management.
The mansion, on less than an acre in Golden Beach, was completed this year. Inga Boutboul with One Sotheby’s International Realty represented the seller. Lisa Van Wagenen with Brown Harris Stevens Miami represented the buyer, according to Realtor.com. Both agents declined to comment.
The estate hit the market for $25 million in May and sold for the asking price. The home includes a separate entrance for the “office tower,” service quarters, two master suites, a food elevator, and a 180-bottle wine wall and bar that features a sliding glass door to show “prestigious” vehicles, according to the listing.
Non-waterfront spec homes have been trading for record prices across a number of South Florida neighborhoods during the past year, and this deal likely marks an all-time record in Miami-Dade County, despite the recent residential slowdown. In Miami Beach, the record for non-waterfront home sales is $12.5 million for a home on the Sunset Islands.
In Golden Beach, retired radio host Tom Joyner sold his oceanfront home in July for $19 million, and software billionaire Phillip Ragon paid $92.9 million in June for three adjacent oceanfront homes that he plans to tear down.