Tampa Bay Buccaneers co-owner lists Palm Beach mansion for $55M

by Lindsey Wells

Tampa Bay Buccaneers co-owner Darcie Glazer Kassewitz and her husband, Joel Kassewitz, are selling their Palm Beach mansion for $55 million, according to a report on Realtor.com.

The property is currently in pending status.

“The main part that sets this property apart is the property itself. You don’t find two acres in Palm Beach,” said Gary Pohrer, the property’s listing agent, in the report. “Palm Beach is made of smaller properties, so to be able to have this much space is kind of unheard of.”

The 10,171-square-foot house boasts four bedrooms and 220 feet of waterfront on the Intracoastal Waterway. 

“To have a water view that is a mile wide is significant. If you go to other areas, you could throw a football two times and be over the Intracoastal,” Pohrer said in the report. “It’s something that this house has that others may not.”

The Kassewitzes have owned the home since 2018, initially attracted to it because of the privacy it offered, Pohrer said in the report.

The property also features a golfing green with hitting areas and a bunker.

The house was originally built in 1936 for Isabel Collier Read, the daughter-in-law of Barron Gift Collier, a prominent developer after whom Florida’s Collier County was named. Collier Read died in 2008. 

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