Asking $25 million in 2014, this modern Island Fusion residence is down to $21 million and offers a spectacular combination of amenities: a private beach and private dock with western exposure on Key Biscayne.
The 10,776-square-foot waterfront home is asking $1,949 per foot, making it the priciest property for sale on Harbor Point.
With seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, the home’s entrance features a double-height atrium and modern, open layout. Other highlights include a two-story cabana and a backyard entertaining area that would make the Ritz blush.
The property last sold for $9 million in 2006, and is listed with Douglas Elliman’s Jonathan Matos.