Italian Knight's West Palm Mansion up for Auction
Now you can purchase a mansion once owned by an Italian knight. The 6,500-square-foot home in West Palm Beach will be auctioned off by lenders in a live bidding beginning Feb. 10. The home’s listed owner was Yoni Investment, LLC, a corporate entity controlled by Nicholas and Yolanda Di Tempora.
Nicholas Di Tempora was awarded the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic in 2010, Italy’s highest ranking honor and most senior order of knighthood, according to the Palm Beach Post.
The Italian knight’s two-story, Tuscan-style mansion was built in 2007, but was purchased out of foreclosure in 2013. The five-bedroom, five-bathroom property includes marble and wood flooring, a swimming pool with a custom spa and waterfall, and a guest suite.
The owners are eager to sell the home to the winning price, which is subject to approval by the Di Temporas. The total market value appraised for the property, located at 1017 N. Flagler Drive, was set at $1.49 million.