- Two mansions built for identical twins in Florida sell for $54 million.
- Side by side residences are separated by a large private lake on 11 acres with gated access.
- One house has seven bedrooms and the other has five bedrooms. Both have swimming pools, outdoor areas and other features.
Two mansions built for identical twins sell for $54 million in Florida.
Chiropractor Robert Lewin reportedly said he built the houses for himself and his twin Harley Lewin to live with their families. Wall Street Journal.
“As twins, we’ve always been close, so it didn’t feel right not to live near each other,” Robert Lewin said in the paper. “Certainly, having our family live together on this beautiful property has been a great benefit and more manageable during the Covid-19 pandemic.”
The two homes sit on 11 acres on Southwest Ranch, 20 miles from Fort Lauderdale, and include a shared garden with 20 varieties of fruit, separated by a large private lake filled with bass and fountains.
The twins have been living close together and they can continue the tradition at their next home. Lewin said he and his brother were considering living under one roof. “The umbilical cord will be reconnected,” he said. Global Reports.