A former ambassador to Austria underneath President George W. Bush purchased a North Palm Seashore home for $6 million.
Underneath a belief in her identify, Susan Rasinski McCaw purchased the 5,000-square-foot home at 12184 West Finish in Misplaced Tree Village, in response to data.
Paul D. Kaneb Jr. and his spouse, Catherine, bought the home. The Kanebs paid $1.2 million for the property in 2004 and constructed the home in 2009, data present. It has 5 bedrooms, 5 loos, a two-car storage and sits on half an acre, in response to a web based itemizing.
Paul Kaneb co-founded K2 Realty with James Kenny in 2003 to promote homes in Lost Tree Village. Each executives had the itemizing for the home, in response to a web based itemizing. Kaneb labored within the petroleum and vitality buying and selling enterprise for 10 years and in non-public banking and finance for 3 years earlier than co-founding K2 Realty, in response to Misplaced Tree Village’s web site.
In 1998, McCaw married Craig McCaw, a cell phone pioneer who bought McCaw Mobile Communications in 1994 to AT&T for $12.6 billion, in response to Forbes. He additionally led telecommunications corporations Nextel and Clearwire. Forbes at present pegs his internet price at $1.eight billion.
Susan McCaw was appointed ambassador in 2005 and left the place in 2007, in response to the U.S. Division of State’s web site. She is predicated in Seattle and is president of personal funding agency SRM Capital Investments, in response to her LinkedIn. Previous roles embody serving as president of personal funding agency COM Investments, and as a principal at San Francisco-based funding financial institution Robertson Stephens & Co. She is a philanthropist with a number of board seats.
Misplaced Tree Village, a 450-acre neighborhood alongside the Atlantic Ocean and the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway in North Palm Beach, has attracted a variety of large ticket offers these days. The CEO of cable large Comcast pulled the plug on his North Palm Seashore condominium for $5.5 million. And monetary government purchased a house in North Palm Seashore for $5 million.