Designed by Charles Pawley, this majestic house, located in South Miami's gated Stonegate Manor community, has the most extensive residential 'coral rock' (ahem, oolitic limestone) facade Curbed has ever seen. Even though the historic mansion was built in 1920, it has clearly been renovated throughout and has a fresh yet historic feel, along with new landscaping, with lots of palm trees and privy hedges, by Enzo Enea.
At 11,754 square feet, boasting 6 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms, the house has plenty of room to spare. The home features a living room with a 3-story high ceiling, chef's eat-in kitchen, a patio kitchen, gym, wine cellar, and a rather unusually-shaped pool. For the one time of year it drops below 40 degrees, there are five fireplaces to keep everyone warm at night. The listing price is $6.4 million even though in 1999 you could've had this for $435,000. Ouch.—Alexandra J Miller
· 7420 SW 49th Court [Zillow]