Stunning waterfront hideaway in prestigious Miami Beach enclave

11/30/2012 2:29 PM

11/30/2012 2:33 PM

This two-story, Mediterranean-style, waterfront estate at 1410 W 25th St. on Sunset Island II in Miami Beach is a breathtaking offering. The residence features expansive views, sunlit living areas, luxury upgrades and extreme privacy. Priced at $7,975,000, this six-bedroom, six-and-one-half-bath home is tucked away within a most desirable gated enclave and commands 100 feet of water frontage. While comfortably removed from the bustle of the surrounding activity, the estate remains within close proximity to the nearby boutiques, fine restaurants and entertainment venues of Lincoln Road and South Beach.

Inside, the first floor of the 5,920-square-foot residence has a formal living room, family room and dining room, as well as a media room that can double as a bedroom suite. The open kitchen, marked by granite finishes and elegant cabinetry, has been outfitted with an island and top-of-the-line appliances including two new Miele dishwashers, a new Sub-Zero refrigerator, a wine cooler and a new, six-burner gas range by Wolfe.  Four en-suite bedrooms are on the second floor, which includes the master bedroom wing that has its own sitting room, a private terrace, a walk-in closet, custom lighting, built-ins, a cove ceiling and a master bath with a steam shower and a Jacuzzi tub.

Fine details, such as chocolate-stained wood floors, wide windows, volume ceilings, a wet bar and a wood-burning fireplace add to the home’s seemingly endless list of unique amenities.

Outside, the expansive patio, with its large heated pool, verdant landscaping, terraces, balconies and views of the adjacent waterway, is an ideal location for entertaining family and guests. The property, encompassing 20,200 square feet of lush grounds, also has a dock with lifts, prime conveniences for boating enthusiasts. In addition to a large circular brick driveway and a two-car garage, the residence has a Sonos stereo system, an alarm system, impact windows and doors, and corner medallion stone details.

For more information, contact Esther Percal at 305-674-4022 or David Hunt Solomon at 305-542-1131, or visit  

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