The modern residence was masterfully designed by Shulman + Associates in 2014, with part of the home located on a sink hole, via Dwell:
Architect Allan Shulman tackled one of Miami’s biggest architectural challenges when he designed a two-story home on a leafy lot dominated by a "solution hole," a depression in the limestone terrain caused by erosion. Inspired by the jungle scenery of painter Henri Rousseau, Shulman strove to leave the delicate habitat undisturbed. "It didn’t seem like the kind of landscape you wanted to go trudging through with your boots, but one that you wanted to observe with detachment," he explains.
The tri-toned house is 5,968 square feet with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and a living room draped in glass that will have nature buffs salivating.
The property last sold for $795,000 in 2012.