Contemporary oceanfront penthouse in Bal Harbour



Walls of floor-to-ceiling windows frame vistas of the Atlantic Ocean in nearly every room of this ultra modern penthouse in Bal Harbour. Located in the famed Majestic Tower condominium, the four-bedroom, three-and-one-half-bath residence – at 9601 Collins Ave., No. PH205 – has been exquisitely renovated and artfully combines contemporary architecture with fine Italian finishes and design. Marked by extreme privacy and meticulous attention to detail, the exclusive 3,100-square-foot offering is a must-see for potential buyers.

Inside, high ceilings, glittering Graniti Fiandre porcelain floors and unobstructed views of the ocean, Intracoastal Waterway, coastline and surrounding city complement stunning architectural lines. A private elevator foyer opens to spacious, sunlit living areas.

The custom kitchen has been outfitted with Miele double ovens and a warming drawer, two Miele dishwashers, a Dornbracht faucet in the sink, a walk-in pantry, and a full-size Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer. In the office there is refrigerated wine storage for more than 200 bottles.

The master bedroom is expansive and features a sitting room, large walk-in closet and a master bath that has been elegantly appointed with a Jacuzzi and full-body shower system. All baths include appliances by Antonio Lupi, Bisazza mosaic tile, and glass and mirror doors by Rimadesio. Additional unique features include door handles by Olivari, intricate lighting by Viabizzuno and a Savant sound system with no visible speakers throughout. Residents and guests can also enjoy an additional 800 square feet of terraces for lounging or entertainment.

The Majestic Tower, which is conveniently located next to the St. Regis Hotel & Condominium and directly across the street from the Bal Harbour Shops, offers a slew of amenities including tennis and basketball courts, a spa and gym, a pool, restaurant, concierge and beach services.

For more information, contact Nancy Batchelor at 305-903-2850 or Debra Golan at 786-333-6200, or visit

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