A property rich in history that has stood the test of time can be all yours for a cool $115 million. Il Palmetto in Palm Beach was originally built in 1930 by architect Maurice Fatio before being meticulously restored by Fairfax and Sammons, who maintained the stunning detail of the estate. The main house features 10 bedrooms, 14 full-bathrooms and 12 half-baths over 60,352 SF. It features a 2-story grand foyer, formal dining room, chef's kitchen, butler's pantry, family room, indoor theater, billiard room, library, office and pavilion, all circling a courtyard which is connected to a pool. The home also features a 20,000-bottle, limestone wine cellar; 2 elevators, gym, spa, secondary 1,000 bottle wine cellar, and a large master suite. Il Palmetto sits on 5.46 acres and stretches between Lake Worth Lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean. A private, underground tunnel allows access under A1A to another 2 bedroom, 3 bathrooms beach house with an oceanfront infinity pool. On the other side of A1A is a lakefront boathouse complete with 2 more bedrooms and full bathrooms. Il Palmetto is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for an ultra-rich buyer looking for complete privacy on the sunny shores of Palm Beach. Il Palmetto is currently listed for $115 million with Cristina Condon of Sotheby's International Realty.