Less than a year after purchasing a mansion in Pinecrest for $4.8 million and Miami Heat guard Tyler Johnson has already returned his 12,000-square-foot home to the market with an ask of $5.25 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Selling for $665 a foot, the tropical modern residence is over 8,000 square feet, with six bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, a wine cellar, home theater, and outdoor kitchen, with limestone floors and a beautiful open living area.
The Miami Heat went on a home buying frenzy this summer. First Erik Spoelstra dropped $2.6 million on a historical home in Coconut Grove in June. Then Hassan Whiteside upgraded to a $7.3 million home on Miami Beach.
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A tropical modern home in Pinecrest just hauled in $5.35 million ($781 a foot), which appears to be the second priciest home sold in the neighborhood over the last two years. The residence is 6,849 square feet, with five bedrooms, and 5.5 bathrooms.
Why? Well because it has an awesome outdoor entertaining area, with a 55,000-gallon pool-spa with a custom waterslide, luscious landscaping, and a fully-loaded outdoor Kalamazoo kitchen with a stove, grill, pizza oven...
Terranova’s Suniland Associates Ltd. just sold Suniland Shopping Center for a whopping $66.5 million. The 82,000-square-foot property was originally purchased beginning 22 years ago in two transactions,
Last summer brought The Judgy Miami Map Will Offend Pretty Much Everyone. Outlandish maps have returned to the Magic City this year, with the latest being the Cuban pronunciation guide to Miami neighborhoods, which was unleashed on Reddit.
An expansive Balinese home in Pinecrest is hoping the realtor that sold LeBron James' mansion in Coconut Grove can finally sell the 15,000-square-footer that has been on and off the market since January 2015 with two previous brokerages.
Listed as "Casa Tropical" -- because all the cool homes have names now -- the high-end tropical smart home is highlighted by a sleek resort-style courtyard entertaining area with a 54-foot pool encapsulated by a summer kitchen and loggia.
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent/buy for a set dollar amount across various Miami neighborhoods. Today we have a budget of $5 million and have our eyes on South Beach, Pinecrest, Brickell Key, and Fisher Island.