Donald Trump donor Elizabeth Fago, who infamously hosted a 2020 Trump fundraiser where Ashley Biden’s stolen diary was reportedly passed around, has sold her waterfront Florida estate in Jupiter for $12.5 million.
The six-bedroom mansion is at tony Admiral’s Cove, the glitzy marina, golf and country club just 20 miles from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago.
Admiral’s Cove residents include Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle, who bought their mansion for $9.7 million, reportedly with the help of Fago’s son, Joey Fago, who was their broker.
The 10,000-square-foot stone and wood home is at 372 Regatta Drive. It features a main bedroom with ensuite double baths and closets — including a “shoe wall.” There’s also a morning bar with a library nook, a theater, a gym, a chef’s kitchen, plenty of marble and even space for a gift-wrapping room.
Fago, who made a fortune in the nursing home business, also appears to have a particular preference for the color pink. The home features a pink home office and a pink stone shower.
The outdoor space comes with a patio, an outdoor kitchen, a pool and a dock — as well as a guest house. The home also has a six-car garage.
Fago bought the land for $5.7 million in 2006 and then built the villa-like estate in 2012. It first hit the market for $12.75 million last year. The price was increased last May to $17.49 million following a broker swap.
The listing brokers are Chad Carroll and Matthew Dugow of Compass. The buyer was repped by Vince Marotta at Illustrated Properties, Marotta Group.
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