The lavish gallery-esque Miami Beach home of Jason and Michelle Rubell was recently featured as a cover story in Architectural Digest.T he contemporary home, built by Todd Michael Glaser, is a couple doors down from the modern manse purchased by Miami Heat star Hassan Whiteside last summer.
A stunning contemporary spec mansion in Miami Beach with 100 feet of frontage along Biccayne Bay sold for $20 million, making it one of the highest sales within the last year and the biggest on Bay Road in the same timeframe.
That fascinating home in Miami Beach which could’ve appeared on a season of the Real World just sold for $2.71 million and belonged to nightclub mogul Roman Jones, who most notably was one of the managing partners of the Opium Group.
The 7,358-square-foot home has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and features 80 feet of waterfrontage with western exposure. It also includes a gas fireplace, 300-bottle wine cellar, wet bar, and marble floors throughout.
Days away from the NBA regular season and Hassan Whiteside is already making a splash, this one off the court in the form of a 1500-gallon fish tank, per the Miami Herald. Hassan Whiteside contacted the producers of the cable series, Tanked.
Rarely do the enchanting renderings of mansions asking $25.5 million get surpassed by the actual photos, but in the case of the Miami Beach spec home we posted about yesterday, this is undoubtedly the case.
The 12,000-square-foot waterfront contemporary was developed by Bart Reines and Brett Palos, in a collaboration with Argent Design. It has seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and 100 feet of water frontage, facing west along Biscayne Bay.
A penthouse at Aqua on Miami Beach’s Allison Island recently sold for $3.1 million, the highest priced sale in the building’s 11-year history and the biggest sale on the small island within the last year.
With eight bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and over 15,000 square feet of living space, it originally listed for $37 million in 2014 and is currently one of the 15 most expensive homes for sale on the beach. It’s also down the street from Chris Bosh.
Not only has Dwyane Wade expunged his legendary (and declining) talents from Miami, but he’s also apparently ready to part with his waterfront home on Miami Beach. "He's trying to sell his house down here," Udonis Haslem told the Miami Herald
Lil Wayne continues to have a brutal time selling his modern 15,000-square-foot home on Miami Beach, with the latest price reduction—its third—placing it at $12 million, not much higher than the $11.6 million purchase price in 2011.
Here’s a historic build on Miami Beach’s La Gorce Island with mature ivy draping the exterior, listing recently for $5.4 million. Other characteristics of the near 6,000-square-foot home include seven bedrooms and six bathrooms.
The 5,406-square-foot contemporary has six bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and isn’t far from the Bay Road homes of Chris Bosh and former teammate Dwyane Wade. Whiteside previously was living in a condo across the street from American Airlines Arena.
Located at 6385 Pine Tree Drive Circle, the La Gorce residence is 12,600 square feet, with nine bedrooms, 13 bathrooms (two half-baths), and 175 feet of water frontage along Indian Creek. It hit the market last September asking $25 million.
This enormous "Georgian Colonial Brick Estate" on La Gorce Island just listed for $39 million, making it the fourth priciest residence for sale in Miami Beach. The 13,000-square-foot home on a 1.8-acre double waterfront lot last sold for $11 million.
This finely landscaped Moorish home on Pine Tree Drive in Miami Beach offers waterfront living (facing East), five bedrooms, and seven bathrooms. The three-story main house is roughly 5,000 square feet.
A waterfront residence facing north on La Gorce Island just sold for $8.8 million after originally listing for $14.4 million last summer — 61 percent of the initial asking price. Purchased for $6.5 million in 2011, the home was renovated in 2012.
A Miami Beach Mediterranean mansion at 5396 North Bay Road just rented for $50,000 a month on a year-long lease. The 7,000-square-foot home was previously owned by an "owner of Budweiser," per the listing, and Creed singer Scott Stapp.
Are those elephant tusks at the entrance to the living room? And walls in the backyard clad in ipe wood and artificial grass, neighboring a giant tiki hut? This 6,660-square-foot home in Miami Beach with seven bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms.
Here's a 8,598-square-foot estate on Pine Tree Drive in Miami Beach that recently listed for $12.9 million.It has 10 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms, offering 125 feet of waterfront, a tennis court, kosher kitchen, and a Koi pond with a waterfall.
English billionaire Mike Ashley, who owns Newcastle United Football Club, sold his massive 11-bedroom, 14-bathroom home for $45 million. The property entailing 350 feet of bay frontage was purchased by Ashley in 2013 for $30 million.