The Palm Beach, Florida home of late radio host Rush Limbaugh has been sold for $155 million, setting a record for Palm Beach real estate and netting a massive profit for his widow.
Limbaugh purchased the property in 1993 for $3.9 million. The 2.7 acre oceanfront property offers beach access with several buildings, including a 2,400-square foot main home.
The buyer is billionaire William Lauder, executive chairman of The Estée Lauder Companies, who reportedly plans to build a new home on the site.
The current home is unmistakably Limbaugh’s.
“The home is located on North Ocean Boulevard, and was built in a West Indies Style, WSJ continued. Part of the property was reportedly supposed to somewhat replicate Versailles, and the dining room chandelier is an exact replica of the one housed in New York’s Plaza Hotel,” The Daily Caller reports.
“The library was modeled after the Biltmore Estate in North Carolina, WSJ reported in a separate article, suggesting Limbaugh may have built parts of the home as an ode to American architecture and design,” The Daily Caller adds.
The sale sent online liberals into a tizzy.
“Buffoonish traitors Cheer for a cowardly conman. #Scumbag,” whined @ @AingellMaurice.
— Maurice (@AingellMaurice) March 11, 2023
“So glad he is dead,” pouted @AngelAt68135112.
So glad he is dead
— Your God (@AngelAt68135112) March 11, 2023
“I’m just glad Rush is not alive to see this – because that would mean he was still alive,” seethed @methornhill.
I’m just glad Rush is not alive to see this – because that would mean he was still alive.
— Mark Thornhill 🇺🇦 (@methornhill) March 10, 2023