A piece of Miami’s history, nestled in the heart of Coconut Grove, is being unveiled to prospective home buyers.
Designed by famed architect Walter De Garmo in 1926 for pioneer Hugh Matheson, this exquisite, gated estate at 3650 Klebba Lane and priced at $5,995,000 has been fully restored to its original splendor, and now features the comforts and conveniences of modern-day amenities.
Likened to a small palace, the home is expansive with nine bedrooms, nine baths and four powder rooms.
Mosaic designs delicately glitter and coil across terraces and entranceways, while the walls of the home seem to glow with Venetian finishes.
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Painted beams accent the grand living area. A large dining room (one of two in the home) features a stunning chandelier and a hand-carved fireplace.
The home’s wood-paneled library also features a fireplace and opens to a covered terrace. A cook’s kitchen, spacious in size, has stainless steel appliances and handsome finishes.
Residents can also enjoy the convenience of an enormous guest suite, accompanied by a living room and custom-crafted paneled bar. The main family room is on the ground floor along with a billiard area, staff quarters and a sauna. Outside, the pool sits adjacent to a sunlit patio, covered terrace and meditation room.
For more details on the property, contact Susan Fuhrman at 305-903-1029 or Gloria Marina at 305-519-9456, or visit www.3650Klebba.com.