HOUSE OF THE WEEK

Art Deco beachside condominium overlooks Atlantic Ocean

 

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Located along South Beach’s world-famous Ocean Drive thoroughfare, this contemporary, meticulously crafted condominium offers sweeping ocean views and prime access to the vibrant sights and renowned venues of the surrounding neighborhood. Priced at $3,475,000, the 3,758-square-foot residence — the size of two units combined — is housed within the historic Netherland Building (1330 Ocean Dr., No. 3A-C), an iconic structure well-known for its Art Deco architecture.

Just steps from Lummus Park and the beach, the four-bedroom, three-and-one-half-bath residence is complemented by expansive open living areas and wide windows. Striking accents such as marble, stone and terrazzo floors, unique lighting and custom-made pocket doors have been crafted from high-quality materials, leaving no expense spared.

The gourmet-style kitchen has been outfitted with top-of-the-line Viking and Miele appliances, a built-in espresso machine, wine closet, large island and substantial storage and cabinet space. A spa-like master bath, sumptuous master bedroom, media room and laundry room complete the functional and stylish abode.

With two large terraces, one of them covered, entertaining is a breeze. The home additionally has a state-of-the-art surround sound system, an assigned covered parking space and impact-resistant windows and doors. Pets of all sizes are welcome. Residents can also enjoy being within walking distance of area boutique shops, gourmet restaurants and world-class nightlife. The Ocean Drive home has no rental restrictions and owner financing is available. For more information, contact Monica Harvey at 305-790-1234.

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