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A Port Royal estate owned by a CEO of a gold mine just hit the market for nearly $20 million. Vonna Keomanyvong, vonna.keomanyvong@naplesnews.com; 239-213-5380

A Port Royal estate owned by a CEO of a gold mine just hit the market for nearly $20 million.

The nine-bedroom, 8½-bath single-family home at 500 Admiralty Parade spans 10,000 square feet.

Built in 2016 by BCB and designed by John Cooney, of Stofft Cooney Architects, the sleek contemporary two-story home includes a European white oak floating staircase, an all-glass wine room, and a spacious pool and spa area overlooking Naples’ Doubloon Bay.

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Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million.

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million. Courtesy of Michael Lawler

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million.

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million. Courtesy of Michael Lawler

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million.

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million. Courtesy of Michael Lawler

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million.

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million. Courtesy of Michael Lawler

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million.

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million. Courtesy of Michael Lawler

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million.

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million. Courtesy of Michael Lawler

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million.

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million. Courtesy of Michael Lawler

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million.

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million. Courtesy of Michael Lawler

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million.

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million. Courtesy of Michael Lawler

This contemporary Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade spans 10,000 square feet and is for sale for nearly $20 million. It features a floating white oak staircase and marble floors.

This contemporary Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade spans 10,000 square feet and is for sale for nearly $20 million. It features a floating white oak staircase and marble floors. Courtesy of Michael Lawler

This 2-year-old Port Royal home at 500 Admiralty Parade is for sale for nearly $20 million.

This 2-year-old Port Royal home at 500 Admiralty Parade is for sale for nearly $20 million. Courtesy of Michael Lawler

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million.

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million. Courtesy of Michael Lawler

An infinity pool faces Doubloon Bay at this Port Royal home on the market for nearly $20 million.

An infinity pool faces Doubloon Bay at this Port Royal home on the market for nearly $20 million. Courtesy of Michael Lawler

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million.

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million. Courtesy of Michael Lawler

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million.

Port Royal home located at 500 Admiralty Parade hits market for nearly $20 million. Courtesy of Michael Lawler

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The home is owned by Peter and Jane Marrone. 

Marrone is the founder of Yamana Gold, a major gold, silver and copper producer from mines in the Americas that is headquartered in Canada and employs more than 9,000 people. 

After just two years of living at the estate, the Marrones have decided to put the house up for sale and find another home closer to the beach.

The couple also has six young children and felt that the home is perfect for a yachting enthusiast but didn’t think it was best for their large family, explained Elise Ramer, senior director of public relations at Premier Sotheby’s International Realty.

“The lot placement of this home is, by far, one of the most distinguishing aspects of this estate,” Lawler said. “Residents and guests will not only enjoy the private sunset views each day over the open water of Doubloon Bay, but the true yachtsman will genuinely appreciate its sheltered harbor and immediate access to the Gulf of Mexico.”

Other features of the home include a three-car garage, Calacatta marble flooring, an infinity pool and an estimated 200 feet of water frontage.

Port Royal is known for its luxury real estate and prime location near shopping and fine dining on Fifth Avenue South.

Earlier this year Southwest Florida’s most expensive listing sold in Port Royal for $48.8 million, breaking the record as the priciest home sale in Collier County’s history. 

Currently the most expensive home on the market in Naples is a six-bedroom, 14-bath estate at 2750 Gordon Drive listed at $51.9 million. 

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