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Home featured in 2006 ‘Miami Vice’ film on the market for $39 million

The home in Key Biscayne that was once a set for the 2006 “Miami Vice” film. The home is on the market for $39 million.
The home in Key Biscayne that was once a set for the 2006 “Miami Vice” film. The home is on the market for $39 million. ONE Sotheby’s International Realty

A Key Biscayne home that once served as a set for stars Jamie Foxx and Colin Farrell during the shooting of 2006 film “Miami Vice” is up for sale.

The price for a piece of Hollywood history: $39 million.

The 12,000 square-foot home, at 400 South Mashta Drive, was listed Thursday, boasting its location on a secluded peninsula of Mashta Island off Key Biscayne. With 480 feet of waterfront, the home has expansive views of Biscayne Bay. Also on the 38,000 square-foot is a dock that can accomodate a 100-foot yacht and an infinity edge pool.

The tropical-modern home was designed by architect Charles Pawley and features a series of pavilions topped with a copper roof. The house has five bedrooms, including two master bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, a movie theater and a library.

Jorge Uribe of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty is representing sellers Aurelio E. Fernandez and Berta Fernandez.

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