If no buyer steps up to pay full price, the mansion is set to be auctioned off March 19–22 by Concierge Auctions, with no reserve price.
Built in 2017 on 1.24 acres, the 14,000-square-foot home has nine bedrooms and 12 baths. With a dramatic triangular lot, the mansion features water on two sides. At the tip of the property is a mosaic pool designed by Estudio Arqué.
The 574 feet of water frontage includes a private dock on a canal closest to Biscayne Bay. The dock can easily host “the largest of yachts,” the listing notes. And we’re guessing the largest of parties.
Foyer with double staircase
Front door and wet bar
Living room with water views
Terrace overlooking the pool
Enter the gated property into a chandelier-lit foyer, which doubles as sculpture. The foyer transitions to a sleek interior bar, which opens to terraces with views of the bay to the Atlantic Ocean.
The furnished space features a double staircase, wide-plank hardwood floors, walls of glass, and sightlines to the ocean. The chef’s kitchen includes a breakfast room, Sub-Zero and Miele appliances, and a pantry. Other features include living and dining rooms, an office, a huge master suite with private terrace, captain’s quarters by the dock, and a staff suite.
Outside you’ll find a kitchen, covered dining area, and lounge area. The landscaping boasts mature palms.
Just 15 minutes from Miami, the exclusive coastal community of Coral Gables offers lush surroundings, as well as easy access to shopping, dining, and cultural events.
Marc Hameroff of Engel & Voelkers Miami holds the listing.
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