HOUSE OF THE WEEK

Luxurious, Mediterranean-style manor is on nearly five acres

 

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Sprawled across nearly five acres, this Mediterranean-style estate is marked by distinct architectural features and extreme privacy. Located at 19091 SW 160th St. in Miami, with no neighbors to the east or west, the home is not only ideal for a family, but is a quintessential location for grand-scale entertaining. The five-bedroom, six-and-one-half-bath estate, adjacent to a three-bedroom, two-bath guesthouse, is surrounded by lush landscaping and native foliage, including coconut palms and mango trees. Priced at $2,999,000, it’s a must-see, complemented by high-end accents such as marble flooring, archways, vaulted ceilings and intricate, custom woodwork.

Past a stately stone entrance and through glittering glass doors, a marble-accented entryway leads to an expansive living room. The home’s dining room has a double tray ceiling and its spacious living areas, with floor-to-ceiling windows, are flooded in sunlight. The gourmet-style kitchen, which opens to the large family room, has been outfitted with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, a cooking island, granite countertops and cherry-wood cabinetry. Bedrooms are expansive and all baths have quartz countertops. Additional offerings include a billiard bar, media room, office, massage room, four-car garage, and LCD keypad panels to control elements such as lighting and music.

With a backdrop of bright greenery, the home’s outdoor area includes a gazebo with a summer kitchen, pavilion, and a crystal-tiled, heated pool system and spa. There are additional amenities such as a half basketball court, professional tennis court and playground. Adding to the home’s resort-like feel, its guesthouse boasts mirroring luxuries such as large rooms, fine finishes and a full kitchen. The property presents privacy and a multitude of conveniences including its close proximity to area shopping, dining and schools.

For more information, contact Nancy Jimenez-Townsend at 305-632-2277.

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