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‘Miami Vice’ manse in Key Biscayne resurfaces as $75K rental

Showcased in the 2006 film starring Jamie Foxx

An aerial of 400 South Mashta Drive in Key Biscayne
An aerial of 400 South Mashta Drive in Key Biscayne
via Brigitte de Langeron

The spectacular Miami mansion featured in the 2006 Miami Vice film that starred Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx has returned to the market as a seasonal rental asking $75,000 a month.

Located at 400 South Mashta Drive in Key Biscayne, it initially listed last summer for $39 million. While the Miami Vice remake earned very mixed reviews — it received a 47 percent on Rotten Tomatoes — the same cannot be said for this tropical modern beauty designed by Charles Harrison Pawley.

Sitting on a corner waterfront lot, it’s equipped with about 12,000 square feet of living space and nearly 500 feet of frontage along Biscayne Bay. Additionally, there is a Saturnia stone façade, mahogany wood doors, marble flooring throughout, a wood-paneled movie theater, a library, two master suites, and a full-covered summer kitchen by the resort-style pool area.

The peninsula property last changed hands in 2001 for $3.6 million and the current home was built in 2003.

Photos are from the previous listing, via One Sotheby’s