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Nestled within the confines of the prestigious community of Fisher Island, the wealthiest zip code in the United States, this four-bedroom, four-and-two-half-bath condominium mansion epitomizes exceptional luxury living. Located in the Bayview Building at 5332 Fisher Island Dr., this residence is priced at $3,199,000, the lowest price per square foot for large condos within the community ($508 per square foot), and offers an array of fine details, lavish amenities and some of the most desirable and dramatic views on the island.

It is one of only three such floor plans on the entire island and its Mediterranean-inspired décor accents the 6,300 square feet of the home’s spacious interior, complemented by wide vistas of Biscayne Bay and the downtown Miami skyline. Unique details are seemingly endless, including wood paneling in the office and a marble mosaic inlay in the foyer.

The salon, expansive and ideal for entertaining family and guests, is outfitted with wood-beam ceilings, hand-painted wall frescoes, marble floors and artisan textured walls. The eat-in chef’s kitchen has a large island and top-of-the-line appliances including four ovens, three warming drawers, double refrigerators and a wine wall accommodating both dry and climate-control storage. The master suite is grand in size and includes an office area, his- and-hers closets and a spa-inspired master bath. There are additionally three expansive guest suites, all with large closets and en-suite baths. For bird lovers, this residence comes with a professional aviary at the entrance.

Outside, three large, contiguous wraparound terraces totaling 2,677 square feet and an alfresco dining room feature spectacular views of the water and the downtown Miami skyline.

Fisher Island itself is a 216-acre private island, accessible only by yacht or the community’s 24-hour private auto ferry. World-class amenities include deep-water marinas, a private beach, an 18-hole seaside golf course, a tennis club, world-class spa, beauty salon, private school, bank, fire station, gourmet market and restaurants.

For more information, contact Nancy Batchelor at 305-903-2850 or Debra Golan at 786-333-6200, log on to www.5332fisherisland.com or view a virtual tour at www.obeo.com/745819.

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