HOUSE OF THE WEEK

Coconut Grove condo features gorgeous bay views, luxury upgrades

 

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This uniquely sophisticated condominium overlooking Biscayne Bay boasts spectacular views of the water from a prime Coconut Grove location. Beacon Harbour, built in 2004 at 1660 S Bayshore Ct., is extremely private, offering only two condominiums per floor and 10 residences in the entire enclave. Priced at $1,940,000, this captivating 3,444-square-foot home features three bedrooms, three and one half baths and three terraces. Beacon Harbour is within close proximity to the vibrant restaurants, cafes, boutiques and nightlife that define the heart of this historic neighborhood.

Inside, floor-to-ceiling windows frame breathtaking vistas of the bay. The main living areas are spacious and accented by high ceilings, Italian custom built-ins, and two-inch wood plank floors. The kitchen’s open design takes full advantage of the magnificent views and features distinct tray ceilings and sleek wood cabinetry. The bedrooms are large in size, each with en suite baths accented with fine finishes. The home’s two waterfront balconies offer a wonderful place to relax and enjoy Miami’s renowned sunrises and radiant sunsets.

The amenity-rich Beacon Harbour has a 60-foot heated lap pool, fitness center, doorman, barbecue area, kayak rack, three assigned parking spaces per residence and a private marina with a deeded, 38-foot, deep-water dock. The convenient location is also a short distance from Key Biscayne, South Beach and Miami’s top public and private schools.

For more information, contact Jo-Ann Forster at 305-778-5555 or Brian Forster Shapiro at 305-978-8655, or visit www.1660SBayshore.com.

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