Self-proclaimed "King of All Media" and radio personality Howard Stern recently purchased a $52-million oceanfront mansion in West Palm Beach.
The custom home, built in 1992, was privately sold to Stern by American textile and apparel executive Martin Trust and his wife, Diana. The sale was officially recorded on Wednesday, the Palm Beach Daily News reports.
The house, at 601 N. County Road, features five bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and 18,673 square feet of air-conditioned space in the main house, and a smaller structure with 1,196 square feet.
The 3.25-acre lot on the island's North End includes an oceanfront swimming pool and formal gardens.
The sale marks the highest deal recorded this year in Palm Beach, according to the Palm Beach Daily News.
Stern, based in New York, has become just the latest media celebrity to put down roots in Palm Beach. His neighbors include conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh and right-wing commentator and author Ann Coulter.
Stern is reportedly worth more than $500 million. He hosts The Howard Stern Show on SiriusXM radio, which pays him half a billion dollars. Stern also earns millions as a judge on NBC's TV show, America's Got Talent. Stern produces his radio show in New York City, where he resides.
Stern and his wife, Beth Ostrosky, were reportedly looking for a house in South Florida for weeks.
He is just one of several media celebrities who own homes in the area. Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh owns a home near the northern tip of the island and right-wing commentator and author Ann Coulter, also lives in the area.
The deed listed the buyer as the 601 North County Road Revocable Trust,