HOUSE OF THE WEEK

Hideaway home in Fontainebleau Resort with private pool, sweeping ocean views

 

ADVERTORIAL

The timeless glamour of the past meets the rich luxury of the present in this unique two-story residence, nestled within the world-renowned Fontainebleau Resort in Miami Beach. Located at 4391 Collins Ave., on the fifth and sixth floors of the Sorrento, residence 512, known as the Beach House, is characterized by sweeping ocean views. Priced at $11,750,000, the residence features five bedrooms, six and one-half baths and more than 5,673 square feet of impeccably decorated living space.

Fully furnished and equipped with high-definition flat-screen televisions and an advanced sound system, the home’s interior is accented by lavish details and top-of-the-line finishes. Wide windows and high ceilings can be appreciated throughout the home. The state-of-the-art kitchen has been outfitted with handsome wood cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Adding to the home’s seemingly endless list of amenities, it has an elevator, a full steam room and a spa.

Balconies measuring more than 4,000 square feet offer stunning, direct ocean views and feature a private, full-size pool, infinity-edge Jacuzzi and barbecue grill.

This one-of-a-kind home presents a lifestyle that combines the best qualities of a luxurious private residence with all the advantages of a high-end hotel. Homeowners can enjoy full access to the hotel’s services, including separate owner’s valet parking, maid services, catering, complimentary morning breakfasts, complimentary admission to the gym and spa, discounts to the hotel’s stores and access to 11 of the Fontainebleau’s top-rated restaurants and night clubs. Homeowners may also opt into the Fontainebleau’s hotel rental program.

For more information, contact Linda Schechter at 305-490-9436.

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