This exquisite contemporary restoration of a 1929 Miami Beach Mediterranean-style estate features seven bedrooms, eight baths and three half baths. Located at 5800 North Bay Rd. and priced at $29,000,000, it’s an enchanting two-story offering characterized by sweeping views of the Miami skyline and wide water views. The entire interior was hand-painted by Belgian painters using all-natural materials and “green” products. Adding to the exclusivity of their work, the “masters of their craft” have painted several castles in Europe. Luxurious features like hardwood and limestone floors, high wood-beamed ceilings, arched windows and scenic vistas of a large koi pond, exotic gardens and a forest of palm trees further heighten the residence’s sophisticated feel. The living areas are spacious and the foyer, a work of art in itself, has an illuminated cupola and polished concrete stairs. The formal living room opens to a covered terrace and a spacious family room doubling as casual dining and home theater with a pull-down screen. Inside the master suite, residents can enjoy an amenity-rich bath with his-and-hers steam shower, TV, Jacuzzi, marble floors, a sitting area and an oversize walk-in closet. The estate also has a wine cellar that can hold up to 800 bottles of wine, and a wet bar with customized cabinetry and an adjoining cappuccino station. The gourmet-style kitchen features stainless steel appliances, a six-burner Viking gas stove, two Miele dishwashers and two Sub-Zero refrigerators. Lush landscaping encircles the estate, accented by coconut palms and zoysia grass. A coral and pebble-based pool further enhances the exotic beauty of the exterior. The residence has two jet-ski lifts, a boat lift and 200 feet of waterfront. For added convenience, residents can have the security of Lutron and Creston systems, double electronic rooms and 32 security cameras. For more information, contact Nelson Gonzalez, 305-674-4040 or visit www.NelsonGonzalez.com.
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