Carolyn Aronson, CEO of It’s a 10 Haircare, and Jeffrey Aronson, CEO of Titan FC and founder of Cash4Gold, paid $19.55 million for a waterfront mansion in Miami Beach.
Rapa Holdings LLC, managed by Andrew Feldman, sold the 10,605-square-foot home at 100 La Gorce Drive Circle to the Iris Land Trust, with Carolyn Aronson as trustee, according to county records. Homeowner association documents indicate her husband, Jeffrey Aronson, is part of the trust as well.
The home last sold for $11 million in 2012. It was built on the 1.78-acre site on La Gorce Island in 1952. It has 500 feet of waterfront on two sides.
The home has seven bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms, a pool, a red clay tennis court, a dock, and a pool cabana building with a roof deck overlooking the water. Batchelor said the home is great for boaters because there is no fixed bridge between its dock and the ocean.
Founded by Carolyn Aronson, It’s a 10 Haircare sells its products in more than 25,000 salons.
After starting Cash4Gold, Jeffrey Aronson purchased a majority stake in mixed-martial arts league Titan FC in 2013.