Larry Pettit in the News

Larry Pettit is a renown real estate agent serving clients in Palm Beach and Martin County. Larry Pettit has been featured in several publications, including People Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and New York Magazine. Read more about Larry Pettit in the news, below.

North County Current

San Rafael at Frenchmans Reserve

Kimberly Sullivan looked at more than 125 homes before she decided to buy “The San Rafael,” a home in Frenchman’s Reserve a half-dozen years ago. She appreciated the quality of the workmanship executed by Malcome Jones of Homes by Jones. View full article on


Larry Pettit in The Wall Street Journal, 2011

Homes in Gated Communities  
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. $3.25 Million  

A 10,100-square-foot six-bedroom, nine-bathroom home on about 1/3 of an acre in the Frenchman’s Reserve Country Club. View full article and photo slideshow on


Larry Pettit, Palm Beach real estate agent, in The Wall Street Journal, 2010

House of the Day: Palm Beach Penthouse
Contractor and developer Tom Whitesell has his own home in the Palm Beach area of Florida, but he also has several investment properties there, primarily single-family homes. View full article and photo slideshow on


Life Swap what if you left New York?

Larry Pettit in New York magazine, 2008

Sun, sand, and the ghost of Meadow Soprano.There’s lots of sunlight in this garment-district loft, built in 1911. But if it’s sunshine year-round you want-and golf courses galore-you could instead opt for a four-bedroom mansion on BallenIsles (which means “all that is beautiful” in Gaelic, says listing broker Larry Pettit), a country-clubby community close to Palm Beach that’s home to Venus and Serena Williams. Sopranos fans, take note: Jamie-Lynn Sigler-a.k.a. Meadow-lived here in 2004 when she was married to her then-manager, A.J. Discala. According to the real-estate Website, they bought it in 2003 for $1.2 million.

The Facts: Four-bedroom, five-bath, 5,749- square-foot house.
Asking Price: $1.749 million.
Taxes: $23,000 per year.
Agent: Larry Pettit, The Corcoran Group.

The Facts: A one-bedroom, one-bath prewar loft.
Asking Price: $1.795 million.
Maintenance: $1,991.74 per month.
Agent: Halstead Property.

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Larry Pettit in People Magazine, 2004