If our past listings suggest anything, it’s that 1928 was a very good year for developmental projects in Miami.
For example, 1928 was the year Miami Senior High School moved from its Northeast First Avenue location to its current 2450 SW First Street address. This eclectic, Tudor-ish home that costs $592,000 was also built in 1928 in South Miami. Al Capone bought his Miami Beach mansion for $200,000 in 1928.
And this posh, Mediterranean estate that includes a coral rock home, a 13,201-square-foot main house, a 12,000 square foot new construction, and a 30,000-square-feet lot equipped with a 100 foot of waterfront is also a by-product of 1928.
The $16.499M home, that can be bought fully furnished, is listed by Brian Judge & Diana Garchitorena of Douglas Elliman.
The Zeb Jarosz-designed estate has a 2,000 square feet coral rock home that was completely gutted and renovated.
The home’s mortgage is $4,500,000 with the property’s annual listed as $175,000. The estate’s insurance cost about $50,000 a year.
The two-story home’s interior includes an expansive foyer and main hallway, eight bedrooms, ten full bathrooms, a master closet, and two-and-a-half bathrooms.
Each master bedroom includes a terrace.
The living room features modern French arches, French doors with high-crown molding, and a Victorian rug.
A sectional sofa, bay windows, and tiled floors can be found in the family room.
The kitchen includes a large hunter’s gas stove, built-in wine refrigerator, and an island.
The dining room sits right next door to the kitchen on the first floor.
The home’s a social hub in itself with amenities such as a movie theater, bar, pool, patio, and courtyard.
A beautiful upper landing with wooden floors awaits upstairs.
The 30,000 square feet lot is a boater’s dream including a swimming pool and bayfront views of the Flagler Memorial.
- 55 Palm Ave, Miami Beach, FL [Douglas Elliman]
- Zeb Jarosz-designed lakefront home for under $8M in Coral Gables [Curbed Miami]
- Comparing the historic & restored Miami Senior High [Curbed Miami]
- Tudor-ish, eclectic South Miami house built in 1928 is $592K [Curbed Miami]
- Al Capone’s Miami Beach mansion asks $14.9 [Curbed Miami]