Bay Point estate has lush, extremely private setting

 

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Nestled within Miami’s premiere gated enclave of Bay Point, this palatial 5,750-square-foot home, custom built in 2006, offers six bedrooms, six and one half baths (plus an exterior bath for the pool area) and a litany of desirable amenities and fine details.  Located at 650 Island Rd. on a 12,920-square-foot lot, the two-story home is ideally suited for family living. The residence is priced at $3,200,000 and is one of only a few larger homes currently available for sale within the highly sought-after community.

Inside, marble flooring and wide windows complement spacious, sunlit living areas. The kitchen is equipped with Viking gas appliances, granite countertops and a cooking island.  In addition to a formal dining room with large built-in cabinets, the home has a studio and a living room featuring 20-foot ceilings and a large built-in library. A guest suite, adjacent to the home’s main entrance, offers direct access to the pool and garden areas, and a maid’s bedroom next to the kitchen connects to the laundry room.  Wood flooring adorns the upstairs living spaces that include the master suite and two bedrooms. All bedrooms in the home have private baths and, with the exception of the maid’s room, walk-in closets and built-in cabinets.

The Bay Point estate, which has had only one owner, is marked by an extremely private setting and lush landscaping that can be enjoyed throughout the courtyard, pool and backyard areas. In addition to being elevator-ready, the home has a two-car garage, has been elevated with respect to sea level and has an unusually deep foundation. The Bay Point community is a truly private enclave with 24-hour security and streets that cannot be accessed by the public. It is well-situated along Biscayne Boulevard, close to SR 112, the Design District, Midtown Miami, Wynwood Arts District and Miami Beach.

For more information, contact Luigi Mercurio at 305-674-4148 or Jeffrey Cohen at 305-534-5333, or visit www.miami-re.com/650.

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