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Spectacular Miami home in hardwood hammock for $5M

Designed by Charles Harrison Pawley

A glassy home in Miami’s Coral Gables neighborhood
A glassy home in Miami’s Coral Gables neighborhood
via Jo-Ann Forster/Sotheby’s

A glassy and spectacular Miami home designed by Charles Harrison Pawley in Coral Gables is asking $4.6 million.

The unique 7,551-square-foot residence sits on 2.2 acres of natural hardwood hammock neighboring Matheson Hammock Park and features a 400-foot winding driveway leading up to the home through the surrounding forest.

The gated home has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and is located near Journey’s End. Highlights include towering wood beam ceilings, enormous windows revealing tons of natural light, and an expansive kitchen with a gas range.

Built in 1989, it was asking as much as $7.25 million in 2014 and last sold for $2.85 million back in 2002.