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an extraordinary bay view from a miami beach apartment
A two-bedroom apartment at 1000 Venetian
Courtesy of Esther Percal, EWM

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Venetian Islands condo with magical view seeks $1.2M

Owned by a former director of the Wolfsonian Museum

Equipped with an unrivaled view of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline, this 1,430-square-foot condo residence in the Venetian Islands listed recently asking $1.199 million.

The unit is on the seventh floor of 1000 Venetian, which was built in the 1980s. It has two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and features that same superb view from each of the three rooms. Its floors are contemporary European linoleum, which offer a lifetime guarantee.

It’s the only two-bedroom unit currently for sale in the building, with amenities including two pools, two tennis courts, a gym, spa, and guest parking. The owner is Cathy Leff, who served as director of Miami Beach’s Wolfsonian Museum for nearly 20 years.

Records show the residence last sold for $187,800 in 2002.

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