St. Regis Bal Harbour mansion in the sky boasts sweeping vistas



Unparalleled and unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean distinguish this breathtaking contemporary residence in the St. Regis Bal Harbour as one of the most coveted for prospective buyers.  Featuring three bedrooms and three and one-half baths, the home, at 9705 Collins Ave., No. 2301 N, is in the northeast/west corner of the ultra luxury tower and looks directly out over the water and surrounding city.

 Priced at $9,950,000, the residence is exemplary of world-class living at its finest: a rare, St. Regis lifestyle marked by resort-like amenities, imported European finishes and designer details. Adding to the home’s distinct features, it is one of only four residences in its tower to offer such direct, sweeping vistas.

With an open interior floor plan comprising more than 3,884 square feet, the residence boasts spacious and sunlit living areas, and nearly every room enjoys water views. High-grade Italian sandstone limestone flooring, Viabizzuno Italian lighting and seamless, custom-made Laura Meroni doors, also imported from Italy, complement the home’s sleek design. The custom Ornare Brazilian kitchen is a chef’s dream, outfitted with integrated Corian countertops and top-of-the-line appliances by Sub-Zero and Siemens. Its showpiece is a glittering, fossilized wood dining banquet, ideal for hosting guests. The master suite is expansive in size and the master bath has been finished in a rich Italian marble called Bamboo.

Three large open terraces measure a combined total of approximately 1,132 square feet. The Italian sandstone floors seen inside mirror those displayed outside, creating an infinity effect from interior to exterior spaces. In the living areas, the floor flows seamlessly like sand dipping into the ocean. Furniture by such coveted designers as Moroso, Patricia Urquiola, Moooi (from Holland) and Kartell add to the home’s quality. The 80-inch flat screen TV and surround sound system, controlled by iPad and/or iPhone or Android phone, has speakers embedded in the walls. Residents can enjoy the signature white glove St. Regis service including a butler, room service, access to the Remède Spa, a fitness center, multiple pools and 600 linear feet of pure ocean and beach.

For a private viewing, contact Nancy Batchelor at 305-903-2850 or Debra Golan at 786-333-6200, or visit

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