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Mediterranean equestrian retreat echoes historic splendor of Lindbergh era

Capturing the historic stateliness of famed pilot Charles Lindbergh, this magnificent Mediterranean 11-plus acre estate, designed by renowned architect Ramon Pacheco and located in Miami’s Lindberg Landing at 18451 SW 158th St., epitomizes luxury living. Offered at $5,399,900 and tucked behind double wrought-iron gates, it boasts endless features and a majestic aura.

In addition to the epicenter of the compound, The Manor, a six-bedroom, six-and-one-half-bath “smart home,” residents can enjoy use of an adjacent game house, equestrian center (with a six-horse stable, training center and grassing areas), a 16-car garage, pools, a terrace with a summer kitchen, fountains, a playground with an air-conditioned playhouse, miniature golf, basketball and tennis courts, a Jacuzzi spa, three koi ponds with cascading waters, a helipad and an FAA-approved airstrip.

Every detail, especially those within The Manor, has been carefully selected to reflect the home’s rich splendor, including marble-inlay flooring, chandeliers, bay windows, wood-burning stone fireplaces, Viking stainless steel appliances and granite finishes. The estate also has a 14-guest home theater and an observation deck.

The ease of access is unparalleled through the use of a helipad as well as an airstrip, capable of landing a King-Air airplane. A golf cart path encircles the property for ease of traveling to and from The Manor to the ancillary structures.

For more information, contact Nancy Jimenez at 305-632-2277.

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