The five oceanfront homes were named "La Casa Sin Nombre"--Spanish for, "the house without a name"--by the late billionaire-philanthropist, who made his riches as CEO of Metromedia as well as through the Harlem Globetrotters and the Ice Capades.
Kluge donated the sprawling property (four acres!) to his alma mater Columbia University as part of a $400 million gift in 2007. The school put it on the market in 2011, according to the Sun Sentinel.
The property includes two main houses as well as three staff or guest houses.
The Ocean House was designed by famed architect Addison Mizner in 1921, and features a loggia, formal dining room, library, and carved-stone fireplace.
The Garden House, built in 1935, features a hand-painted rotunda, casino, coquina courtyard and library.
Take a peek into what $59 million worth of luxurious oceanfront living looks like: