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Reinaldo Borges-designed, open-concept home asks $38M

The Hibiscus Island mansion includes unobstructed waterfront views of Miami’s skyline

Photo credit: Andy Frame

This dock-adjacent, open-concept home designed by architect Reinaldo Borges (of Borges & Associates) is a subtle gem rich in monochromatic and pop art-inspired interior decor that would make a wonderful home for a single family.

The Miami Beach home’s entire first floor opens completely to the outdoors.

For $38 million, the 10,754-square-foot property, listed by Sonia Gherardi of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty, will give one lucky family waterfront views of Miami’s skyline.

Located at 370 South Hibiscus Drive, the three story home’s interior design, by Brazilian architect Denise Marinho, merges a monochromatic aesthetic with ’70s-inspired furniture worthy of the Museum of Modern Art.

Built in 2016, the open-concept home has floor-to-ceiling windows, marble and oak flooring, high-concept furniture, and Basquiat-inspired artwork. It originally started off as two separate lots, which were torn down to make one lot.

The first floor of the Hibiscus Island home features a dining room, living room, home theater, and elevator.

There’s a sleek kitchen in shades of gray that has invisible cabinets.

A floating stairwell leads to an expansive overlook and a second floor that has five bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms.

A veranda leads out to an infinity pool and a private dock.

The patio deck features ’70s-inspired furniture, like a love seat and an ottoman, along with wood flooring.

The terrace has a spiral staircase with red-orange interior accents, raw-wood flooring, and a glass enclosure.