Off-market deal tops $10 million

Real estate agent Victoria “Tori” Baker has sold the Bermuda-style house at 145 Clarendon Ave. in Palm Beach’s Estate Section for a recorded $10.5 million in an off-market deal.

With deep family ties to Palm Beach, real estate agent Victoria Baker has sold a Bermuda-style house at 145 Clarendon Ave., which she owned through a trust, for a recorded $10.5 million in an off-market deal. 

Baker, known as Tori, signed the deed this month as trustee of the Carol Victoria Oelsner Baker trust.

The buyer of the four-bedroom house was 145 Clarendon LLC, a Florida limited liability company with a mailing address matching that of Interactive Brokers Group in Greenwich, Connecticut. Business records show 145 Clarendon LLC is managed by attorney Christopher Uzpen with an address in the Phillips Point office building in downtown West Palm Beach. A message left for Uzpen at Interactive Brokers Group was not returned. 

Built in 1951 on a half-acre lot, the one-story house last changed hands for $1.225 million in August 1997, records show. Baker at the time was married to the late Anthony Kane Baker, a descendent of one of Palm Beach’s oldest families, the Munns. Her family also has longtime ties to Palm Beach with roots in the shipping and transport business. 

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