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Julio Iglesias asks $150M for 4 homeless Miami lots

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An aerial of Julio Iglesias’ waterfront land in Miami Beach
Courtesy of The Jills

Julio Iglesias, or Julio José Iglesias de la Cueva for long, is asking $150 million for his four adjacent waterfront lots on the exclusive Miami Beach island of Indian Creek Village.

The prime land (Lots 4-7) faces west, sizing up at eight acres and offering 800 feet of water frontage along Biscayne Bay. The Spanish singer’s for-sale land encompasses about 10 percent of all the residential property on the island.

This doesn’t include a fifth parcel owned by Iglesias, who says he only lives there for a fraction of the year.

“I’ve been spending only two months a year at my home in Indian Creek, but I do not have the time to build like I was thinking four years ago,” Iglesias told the Herald. “My children are older and want to live in different parts of the world, so I have decided to sell these incredible lots.”

The only other property for sale on the island is 26 Indian Creek Island, which is clearly being marketed as a teardown and asking $29.5 million.

“This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own one of the most magnificent trophy properties in the U.S.,” says listing agent Jill Eber of The Jills. “With an extremely rare and incredible amount of lot space and water frontage, this listing is an unbelievable gem,” added Jill Hertzberg.

One of Iglesias’ sons, Enrique, was most recently asking $21.5 million for his waterfront manse in Miami Beach located not far from his father’s assemblage. Julio’s lots are below.

Courtesy of The Jills