A midcentury modern Miami home designed by Lester Pancoast, son of Russell Pancoast (one of the key architects of early Miami Beach), changed hands for $2.2 million yesterday after popping on and off the market dating back to 2014, when it was originally asking $2.9 million.
The glassy lush residence sits on a little over an acre in Snapper Creek Lakes and includes 4,944 square feet of living space within a century old hardwood hammock. It has six bedroom, seven bathrooms and a guest quarters located in a detached building with its own kitchen.
The master suite boasts a his and hers bathroom in addition to a fireplace. Floor-to-ceiling windows are a staple throughout, welcoming in the green and peaceful surroundings.