The two-story, Mediterranean-inspired abode that’s located at 4411 Sabal Palm Road in Bay Point found itself for sale this week courtesy of One Sotheby’s International Realty’s Robert Evangelista.
While the five-bedroom, six-bathroom house doesn’t come with any Iglesias memorabilia (sigh), it does feature a stellar view of Biscayne Bay and Miami’s skyline.
Other amenities include high impact doors, a balcony, porch, and private roads.
The 6,400 square foot home sits 100 feet on the bay and has expansive 95-feet dock for paddle boarding or a yacht.
According to local folklore, the heart throb bought the 18,525-square-foot property in 1996 for $640,000, the same year he released an Italian version of his album, Canta Italiano.
Two years later, Iglesias built the house—that includes a 6,000-plus square foot living quarters, a kitchen with marble countertops, dining area, and a bar and wine cellar.
Outside the home sits a pool surrounded by palm trees nearby a patio.
Just like its most famous owner, the home is special, too. The mansion is the only wide bay home available in Bay Point that gives views of Downtown Miami.
- Enrique Iglesias sells longtime Bay Point house for $6.7M [Curbed Miami]
- 4411 Sabal Palm Road, Bay Point [One Sotheby’s Realty]
- Bay Point coverage [Curbed Miami]