Miami Celebrity Homes
Brazilian-born driver Enrique Bernoldi bought the three-bedroom condo last fall.
The Latin Grammy-winner is the latest celebrity to stake a claim on Palm Island.
Completed in 2016, the six-bedroom home is full of high-tech features.
Cocoplum is swapping one famous resident for another.
Anthony Thomas Melillo—of ATM clothing—designed much of the home’s furniture himself.
The pop star knocked $2.3 million off the property’s 2016 asking price.
The penthouse’s interior decor is by Briggs Solomon and features marble countertops, wooden furniture, and hanging light fixtures.
The 12,000 square foot property includes a wet bar, putting green, and tennis court.
The single-family, Pinecrest abode has a fire-pit sitting area, cabana, and a summer kitchen.
The 1931 property is the highest sold non-waterfront home on North Bay Road.
She’s downsizing from the 11-bedroom mansion
The mansion cost $10M
See inside the infamous 13-bedroom, 12-bathroom home
The grand, circa-1937 home’s been completely renovated
It’s in one of his videos (not "God’s Plan")
Developer Valerio Morabito is asking $26 million for the under-construction estate
It’s now on sale for $23.5 million
The seller is Jonathan Vilma
With panoramic views of the Biscayne Bay
Tomas Maier just sold his oceanfront Gulf Stream home
He reportedly paid $4M for the combined unit
See renderings of the property, including its private marina with a house yacht
It’s been untouched for 35 years
It’s right next to his mansion
The charming Miami home of Univision legend Maria Elena Salinas recently sold for $2.65 million, representing a little over a 23 percent discount from the original asking price.
With Miami serving as a popular housing destination for celebrities—whether it be as a primary place of residence or as a second, third, or even fourth option—we thought it’d be fun to take a look back at 2017’s juiciest homes to hit and/or depart the market.
Brazilian race car driver and Dancing With the Stars veteran Hélio Castroneves just placed his Fort Lauderdale home on the market for $2.89 million.
The former Miami Beach mansion of Lenny Kravitz just sold for $16.5 million, representing a 34 percent discount off the initial $25 million asking price.