A newly constructed Miami Beach, Florida, mansion—complete with 100 feet of water frontage and a dock—hit the market Monday for $48.5 million.
Tropical Modernist architect Cesar Molina was behind the design, which was completed this year on Palm Island, according to the listing with Liz Hogan of Compass. Highlights include a primary bedroom suite with a private patio with plunge pool and a rooftop terrace overlooking the Miami skyline and the water.
“The home is the perfect combination of livability and luxury,” she said. “From the waterfront location and the expansive rooftop terrace with panoramic views to the gym and luxurious spa with sauna and steam room, the property goes above and beyond the needs of a luxury buyer.”
Chilean developer Claudio Fischer purchased the property in 2013 for $5.4 million, according to records with PropertyShark. He was not immediately available for comment.
The nearly 15,000-square-foot residence offers floor-to-ceiling windows and an open layout inside, with covered terraces and balconies on the outside, listing photos show. The living area has a gas fireplace and a wet bar with wine storage, as well as access to the pool area.
There’s a formal dining room and a kitchen with an island, Mia Cucina cabinetry and Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, plus a dining nook and a family room.
The office has a private entrance “so business associates aren’t walking through your home” and there’s an “elevator access to the rooftop terrace for convenience,” Hogan said.
There are eight bedroom suites, with the main bedroom featuring a bathroom with a soaking tub and a separate shower, a dressing room and a breakfast kitchen, according to the listing.
There’s also a four-car garage with chargers for electric vehicles and an upstairs guest apartment.
Source | Mansion Global