HOUSE OF THE WEEK

Spacious waterfront residence in Aventura’s coveted Peninsula II

 

ADVERTORIAL

EWM Realty International, the exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate for Miami-Dade and Broward counties, is offering prospective buyers a closer look at a lavish four-bedroom, four-and-one-half-bath waterfront condominium in Aventura. Exemplifying its moniker, the sprawling residence at Peninsula II — Unit 1004 at 3301 NE 183rd St. — offers sweeping views of Biscayne Bay, the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway from nearly every room. Priced at $1,595,000, it’s an amenity-rich residence, complemented by glittering marble and onyx mosaic at the entrance, electric shades in every floor-to-ceiling glass door, and an audio system that extends throughout the entire home, including the balcony.

No detail has been overlooked within the home’s 3,464-square-foot interior. A combination of marble and hardwood flooring is displayed in the generously scaled living room. Among the residence’s elegant finishes are recessed lighting and custom wood doors. The gourmet-style kitchen is outfitted with stainless steel appliances, European cabinetry and imported granite countertops. In the spacious bedroom suites, residents can enjoy handsome walk-in closets and large baths finished with Venetian plaster, mother-of-pearl and stone wall coverings. A home theater with a larger-than-life mounted screen and top-of-the-line surround sound system adds to the unique appointments found within the luxury residence.

Outside, an expansive balcony with glass-paneled railings frames stunning water vistas. Conveniently located on Williams Island Boulevard, Peninsula II is minutes from the renowned shops of Aventura Mall and Bal Harbour, as well as the exciting nightlife, restaurants and cultural activities of the surrounding city. Peninsula II also has tennis courts, a heated pool, picnic area, spa and an exercise room. This move-in-ready home will satisfy even the most meticulous of buyers.  

For more information, contact Debbie Lazoff at 305-903-0118.

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