Listed for just under $15 million, this 3,627-square-foot oceanfront townhouse at the Setai in Miami Beach offers double-height ceiling and dope ocean views.
It originally hit the market for $22 million in 2013 before several price reductions and listing agents before popping back up at its current ask of $14.9 million this summer with Jeff Miller of Brown Harris Stevens.
It has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, with additional features like life-size art installations, an LED lighting system, two oceanfront master suites, cantilevered glass staircase, three balconies, and a private pool.
Owned and redesigned by Doug Rogers, it’s the only oceanfront unit in the building with double-height ceilings.
"We created two identical masters, both 800 square feet each," says Rogers, via press release. "With floor-to-ceiling 18-foot windows, light envelops every room." He says he wanted to create something that was, "a canvas for artwork, that was artwork."
Any takers this time around?