Bon Jovi returns home to Florida and buys a new $43 million mansion

Jon Bon Jovi recently sold his beachfront estate in Palm Beach, Florida, for a whopping $19.8 million, according to a real estate site But he doesn’t go far — the same day he made that sale, he bought a $43 million home 2.3 miles down North Ocean Boulevard.

Who said you can’t go home? Well, in a new house a few miles away, anyway.

The distance between Jon Bon Jovi’s old and new Palm Beach homes according to Google Maps.

Bon Jovi bought the property he just sold for $10 million in 2018, tore down the house that was standing and built a new one. The house he built had five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms.

His new finds, once owned by cable TV mogul Jeffrey A. Marcus, features a pool and backyard cabana, exercise room, wine cellar, elevators, fitness center a garage for three cars with air conditioning and two “loggias” by the sea. What is a loggia? According to Merriam-Webster, “a covered open gallery, especially on an upper floor facing an open courtyard”. Fancy!

Meanwhile, Bon Jovi’s seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom mansion in Middletown on the Navesink River has still not been sold. It has been on the market since 2017.

Christie’s Real Estate International lists the house, called High Point Estate, as “price on application”. CNBC reports that the price is $20 million.

Christie’s listing mentions “breathtaking views” and 700 feet of Navesink River frontage, 12-foot ceilings, hand-painted Venetian plasterwork, a custom circular staircase, and a movie theater with a bar with view of the river, a kitchen with alabaster counters, a “breakfast room” with a view of the river, a fireplace in the family room and a “sitting area to see the sailboats on the river as you pass by”.

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