‘Masterpiece in the sky’ at the Continuum in South Beach

 

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Three units have been expertly combined to create this ultra-modern seven-bedroom, six and one-half bath showplace at the luxury Continuum in South Beach. A private elevator transports residents to this masterpiece in the sky where they are greeted by floor-to-ceiling walls of glass more than 20-feet high that open to grand terraces covering the full length of the home, providing panoramic views out to the ocean, Government Cut, Fisher Island, Downtown and Miami Beach.

The home boasts 8,229 square feet of living space and is impeccably decorated with high ceilings, marble floors and features an open layout with a custom bar, chef’s kitchen, spacious dining and living areas, movie theater, and a family play area for children to enjoy. Stairs lead to the sumptuous master bedroom on the second level with views so amazing that residents may feel they are floating high above the ocean below. The master bath features dark marble floors, marble walls, sunken tub, freestanding his-and-her showers, and a private covered terrace. The spectacular views, beautifully proportioned interior and world-class amenities combine to make this home a true masterpiece in the sky.

For a private showing, please contact The Jills, Jill Hertzberg at 305-788-5455 or Jill Eber at 305-915-2556, broker associates at Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate.

To view more photos of this exceptional property, visit www.TheJills.com.

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