While South Florida restaurant owner Myles Chefetz was not planning on selling his Venetian Island waterfront home, he could not resist a $15 million unsolicited offer from New York billionaire and Steel Partners Holdings L.P. founder, Warren Lichtenstein.
Records list the Mediterranean-style property as a six-bedroom, 6.5 bathrooms, 5,957 sq ft house sitting on a 17,500’ lot with a pool, deep water dock and 100 feet of water frontage.
Chefetz purchased the home - which was built in 1936 - in 2013 for $5.6 million. Chefetz owns several high-end restaurants in South Florida, including Prime 112, Prime Italian, Big Pink and Forte Dei Marmi.
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