HOUSE OF THE WEEK

Oceanfront sophistication at The Setai in South Beach

 

ADVERTORIAL

Sleek, sophisticated and contemporary is an apt description for this bi-level unit in The Setai, a 40-story luxury tower in South Beach. Directly on the beach, it’s the only complete oceanfront townhouse at The Setai. The entire four-bedroom, four-bath unit features custom white lacquer cabinetry, terrazzo flooring and Lutron lighting, as well as a remote controlled LED color lighting system that adds a color palette of light emanating from all ceilings, and remote controlled sheer and blackout curtains on all windows.

Highlighting the residence is an expansive living room/dining room space with double height ceilings. Floor-to-ceiling windows and covered balconies provide infinite oceanfront views and a portal for sun-kissed natural light. Blending seamlessly with the custom and sleek design and spaced throughout are geometric patterns cut into the white lacquer, inset with textured translucent glass-like material. Leading to the second level is a cantilevered glass staircase complemented by a glass-framed hallway leading from the master suite.

An on-site five-star hotel and many residential amenities make this a perfect resort luxury living experience.

For a private showing, please contact “The Jills,” Jill Eber or Jill Hertzberg, broker associates at Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, at 305-915-2556 or 305-788-5455.

To view more photos of this exceptional property, visit www.TheJills.com.

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