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Keurig Green Mountain Coffee Billionaire Sells Palm Beach Mansion For $13 Million


Keurig Green Mountain Coffee Billionaire Sells Palm Beach Mansion For $13 Million

Bob Stiller’s made a fortune from those single-serving coffee pods (via Retail Latin America)

PALM BEACH — Coffee mogul Bob Stiller, who made his fortune with those single serving coffee pods, just sold his Palm Beach mansion for nearly $13 million.

The 9,435-square foot, four-bedroom mansion on the Intracoastal was originally listed for $15.85 million, but only fetched $12.95 million.

Stiller’s $13 million gives him enough to buy a couple of venti coffee drinks at Starbucks (MLS photo)

Stiller’s property sold at an 18% discount, and he joins the club of the other uber-rich who are selling their mansions at steep discounts. See other examples here, and here, and here.

His property at 11 Via Vizcaya boasts six bathrooms, a three-car garage, a guest apartment and marble floors. Not to shabby for a billionaire!

Stiller’s 5% of share Keurig Green Mountain bumped him up to the billionaire’s club in 2015, according to Forbes.

Stiller and his wife are major donors for the Norton Museum and gave $5 million for the museum’s expansion.

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  1. 1Ronald

    June 29, 2017 at 3:00 pm

    A lot of money to be made in that Central American (or South American) addiction. The one that causes those headaches when you can’t get it. “In Central America, you’ll find varying acidity, but usually beans from this region are known for their balance, which makes them good for people just getting started on their relationship with coffee (Wow! What a nice way to put it. “Their relationship with……”) Costa Rica is known for heavier-bodied coffee, while if you go west to Mexico, you’ll find something a little lighter.” Anyone ready to call Dr. Drew yet?

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