This freshly listed Spanish-style home in Miami is highlighted by a great room with double-height ceilings and what appears to be roughly half of Africa’s wildlife population decorating its walls and floors.
Asking $7.95 million ($1,081 per square foot), the 8,336-square-foot estate in Coral Gables’ gated Journey’s End community is also equipped with a 1,000-square-foot underground wine cellar that looks like a cave. It has seven bedrooms, seven and a half bathrooms, and sits on an elevated 1.25-acre lot.
Additionally, there is a separate guest house, a staff quarters, and a 50-foot deeded boat slip at the community’s private dock. Records show the property last sold in 1987 for $300,000, while the current home was built several years later.
Hopefully the owner isn’t the big game hunter his great room makes him appear to be because that would be disheartening. Perhaps, they’re fake?
Photos via John Uribe of Sotheby’s International Realty