Designer Vera Wang has listed her late parents’ oceanfront mansion in Palm Beach, Fla. for $19,000,000.  The Wall Street Journal's "Private Properties" column on Friday wrote about the listing of the mansion, which is at 640 S. Ocean Blvd. in Palm Beach. Our friends over at the Real Estalker were the ones who, last November, broke the story of the Wang mansion in Palm Beach first being on the market for a higher, $23,000,000 price tag. Wang’s father, Cheng Ching Wang, died in 2006 at age 87, and had been the sole investor in his daughter’s brand. As such, Vera Wang and her brother, Kenneth, inherited three properties from their parents: the estate on Ocean Boulevard in Palm Beach, a house in Southampton, N.Y. and an apartment at 740 Park Avenue in New York City, which we wrote about on October 31.  Records show that Cheng Ching Wang paid $4,750,000 in 1996 for the mansion in Palm Beach, which was built in 1923 (according to the Journal) or 1928 (according to public records). Features in the mansion, which was designed by celebrated resort architect Addison Mizner (1872-1933), include original coffered hand-painted ceilings, six fireplaces, a large pool, staff quarters, and a 12-car motor court, according to listing information. The mansion measures either 9,706 square feet (according to public records) or 11,654 square feet (according to listing information). The Palm Beach mansion has either 11 bedrooms and 10 baths (according to listing information) or five bedrooms and nine baths (according to public records). The mansion sits on a one-acre parcel, the Journal reported. The estate has a whopping $228,862-a-year property tax bill, according to public records. Check out an online listing sheet for the Palm Beach estate – complete with photos – here.