HOUSE OF THE WEEK

Miami Beach estate set along Pinetree Drive and Indian Creek Waterway

 

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Nestled in a prestigious community along Pinetree Drive with views overlooking Collins Avenue’s Millionaires’ Row, this two-story waterfront home on the Indian Creek Waterway boasts a classic Mediterranean style and more than a half acre of privacy. Located at 5415 Pinetree Dr. and priced at $6,500,000, the estate boasts an open floor plan and array of distinct amenities — including an outdoor covered terrace, cascading pool, entertainment deck, gazebo and summer kitchen — that make it ideal for those who appreciate grand-scale entertaining on the water.

Inside the five-bedroom, six-and-one-half-bath home, past a brick drive flanked by tropical landscaping, prospective buyers can enjoy 6,800 square feet of living space, accentuated by Old World architectural details such as a grand foyer entryway, dome and coffered ceilings, a winding staircase, arched doorways, and polished marble and wood floors. Built in 2001, the estate’s bedrooms are comfortable and have en suite baths with fine floorings, while the master bedroom offers a fireplace and a private, covered balcony. The gourmet-style kitchen has rich wood cabinetry, granite countertops, top-of-the-line amenities, an island and an elegant tile backsplash. The sunlit living room features water vistas and an elegantly crafted stone fireplace, and both the formal living room and oversize family room are well suited for leisure.

Along with the home’s far-reaching views and high ceilings, the sand-colored palette is accentuated by tranquil surroundings. An oversize covered terrace opens to a resort-style backyard, complemented by ample sunlight, 74 feet of seawall, an open entertainment deck, marble tables and a sparkling cascading pool. Other amenities include French doors, a gym, hurricane-impact windows, and remote-controlled security cameras.

For more information, call Gina Arellano at 305-389-0259.

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