HOUSE OF THE WEEK

Waterfront estate in Key Biscayne offers sweeping views of the bay

 

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With architecture specifically designed to maximize panoramas of Biscayne Bay and Hurricane Harbor, this contemporary Key Biscayne estate is tucked away in one of South Florida’s most coveted waterfront enclaves. Priced at $22,300,000, the six-bedroom, eight-and-one-half-bath, walled and gated estate has been impeccably maintained and updated to include many fine features and amenities. Adding to the home’s general splendor is its location at 28 Harbor Point Dr., hailed as being one of the most private and affluent streets in Miami.

Inside, wide windows and doors frame sweeping views of Biscayne Bay while glittering marble floors stretch throughout. The kitchen, with a circular layout and bay vistas, features wood accents and handsome cabinetry. The expansive entertainment areas have high ceilings, teak finishes and ample lighting. Additional, unique features of this luxurious home include a wine cellar with a brick-accented pub, an indoor racquetball court with a viewing area, and a sauna and steam shower. Adding to the estate’s multitude of conveniences are a 60-kilowatt generator and hurricane-impact windows and sliding doors.

Outside, residents can enjoy front-row seating to sunrises and sunsets over the water. For boating enthusiasts, the home has a 114-foot dock with 10-foot water depth at the dock. Open dining areas are adjacent to the sparkling pool and a second-story balcony offers additional views of the surrounding setting. The residence also has a billiard room with open beam vaulted ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace.

For more information, contact Audrey Ross at 305-960-2575 or visit www.miamirealestate.com.    

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