It's gushing with distinct features, like the identities of its current and previous owner, according to the Wall Street Journal:
The seller is Thomas Sullivan, founder of Lumber Liquidators and Cabinets to Go. He purchased the home in 2008 for $11 million from a corporation represented by Saudi Prince Mohammed Bin Faisal Bin Turki Bin Abdulaziz...
The home was originally built in 1930 with the owner doubling its size after a major renovation, per listing agent Dora Puig of Luxe Living Realty.
The 9,300-square-foot estate with six beds and six-and-a-half baths includes hand-carved Italian limestone fountains and a dark blue mosaic-tiled pool. Then there are some fun amenities like a putting green, bocce court, carbon-fiber theater room, and game room.
Throw in the blob couch (we think), a funky bar smacked against a shiny silver wall, and some wild bathrooms, and we've got one of the most unique high-end properties to hit the market in a while.
- 16 Palm Avenue [Official Site]
- Lumber Liquidators Founder’s Miami Beach Estate to List for Nearly $25 Million [WSJ]