HOUSE OF THE DAY: The Anheuser-Busch Estate In Fort Lauderdale Is On Sale For $15 Million

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Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate

“Manga Reva,” widely known as the former Anheuser-Busch Estate in Fort Lauderdale, has hit the market for $15 million.The home was built on the Fort Lauderdale inlet in 1938 for the Busch beer family. The home was designed by Addison Mizner’s protégé, architect Francis Abreu.

The house has six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and four half-baths, spanning 12,533 square feet.

A few scenes from George Wells’ 1960s film Where The Boys Are, which tells the story of four Midwestern college students who come to Fort Lauderdale for spring break, were filmed in the home.

Welcome to Riviera Drive.

The living room features a projector screen.

The home features double-glazed hurricane impact windows.

The home has an Old World elegance to it, but with modern amenities.

The kitchen is 30 feet long.

Here you can have the amenities of a spa without leaving home.

The gazebo is the perfect spot to catch some shade and cool off.

The property spans an acre of land.

The garden has an amphitheater.

The home has 130 feet of dock space.

And 525 feet of waterfront space.

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