Another stunning contemporary home with an amazing waterfront view is up for sale in this week’s Living Large segment.
“The house was built new in 2006, and it’s about just under 8,000 square feet. The asking price is 8.4 million,” said Realtor Nelson Gonzalez. “It’s got plenty of bedrooms, plenty of entertainment space, great pool, great dock, and a fabulous view.”
The house comes with a fully equipped multi-functional living room.
“It converts into a media room that converts into an entertainment bar room, so you have quite the bar,” said Gonzalez. “There’s a very large screen that comes down and of course you have the projector that comes out of the ceiling. When that’s up, it’s completely gone and you can’t even tell that it’s there.”
For those who like to spend their time in the kitchen, it comes with a temperature controlled wine room that overlooks the beautiful view of the water. The kitchen is also stocked with top of the line Viking appliances and Brazilian Blue Bahia counter tops.
“Which are very rare and very hard to find,” according to Gonzalez.
Upstairs are the seven bedrooms, of which the master suite is said to whisper “Namaste.”
“It’s really got a great vibe to it. It’s nice because you have the bed on one side with the direct view of the water and then you have a sort of sitting area on the other side with a private master terrace with a hot tub and then you have the romantic side with the fireplace,” said Gonzalez.
The master bath comes with double sinks, a soaking tub and a steam shower with a downtown view.
“The entrance way has double height ceilings,” said Gonzalez. “It’s almost three floors, which is a great spot to give your speeches here.”
If you’re not into climbing stairs the elevator can take you to the over-sized rooftop party deck.
“We’re facing south, so on the weekends you have the cruise ships. You have all these beautiful boats here, Port of Miami,” said Gonzalez.
And here’s a bonus, the entire 8,000 square foot home is elevated which gives it a nice, luxurious cruise ship feel.
Video, Production and copy credit: Miami CBS Local Channel 4 News