Palm Beach front house of late architect Volk mentioned with renovation plans at $12M

This building at 206 Phipps Plaza, which served for years as the home and office of the late Palm Beach architect John L. Volk, has been listed, with town-approved renovation plans, at $12 million. The property is on the north side of Phipps Plaza, a designated historical district.

The longtime home and office of the late architect John L. Volk in Phipps Plaza is again on the market place — at $12 million — immediately after selling in late 2018 for a recorded $4.22 million. 

The Midtown property is becoming made available with renovation plans authorized by the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a key update to the 1920s setting up at 206 Phipps Plaza. The property is part of a mixed-use enclave and designated historic district that lies a block north of Royal Palm Way off South County Highway.

With its inside presently gutted, the two-story building is on the north facet of the plaza and encompasses 10,950 sq. feet. The creating has a loggia and balcony overlooking its private pool and backyard garden. The residence is recognised as Casa de los Arcos, or Property of the Arches. 

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