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View of the lakefront home on Green Cove Road in Winter Park that was purchased last week.
View of the lakefront home on Green Cove Road in Winter Park that was purchased last week. (Kelly Price & Company)

A local citrus company executive and his wife paid more than $3.32 million on Friday for a lakefront home less than a mile from Park Avenue.

Located on Green Cove Road in Winter Park, the quarter-acre property borders LakeMaitland. Built in 1991, the home features 6,763 square feet of conditioned area, with six bedrooms and six-and-a-half baths, a custom floor-to-ceiling marble bath, grand foyer with 26-foot ceiling, wood floors, gourmet chef's kitchen, second-floor sun deck,travertine stone swimming pool deck, dock and covered boat house.

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The buyers were Harvey R. Heller and wife Danya Heller. Harvey has long served as president of Heller Bros. Packing Corp. in Winter Garden, one of the region's leading citrus farm and packing companies.

He's also a partner at Pacific Tomato Growers in Palmetto, both of which are family-owned businesses. Harvey has served as board chairman of the Winter Garden Citrus Products Cooperative, and is a board member for the Washington, D.C.-based non-profit TechnoServe.

The Hellers own a 2,005-square-foot condominium unit in downtown Orlando near Lake Eola where they designated Homestead for 2018. No sale listing was active online for the condo as of Tuesday.

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The sellers in Winter Park were Robert B. Feldman, a local ophthalmologist with a practice in Altamonte Springs, and ex-wife Lisa Feldman.

Lisa is a former local real estate agent with Kelly Price & Company, which served as listing broker on the property. The Feldman's previously paid $2.15 million in 2004 for the home.

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