Miami is a glitzy, sleek and high-end destination—just like this six-bedroom, 10-bathroom home newly constructed on its Bay Harbor Islands, that was recently featured on Fox Business’s Mansion Global.
Now asking $22.5 million—formerly $25 million—the house clocks in at more than 9,000 square feet and features 80 feet of water frontage.
There are water features and water views at almost every turn, and high-end details include a black quartz kitchen countertop brought in from Italy, wood cabinets and flooring, and “panel ready” appliances that appear camouflaged—the style du jour for homes of a certain level of luxury. There’s even a wall in the main kitchen made of stone.
The house also boasts a wine cellar that fits over 200 bottles and is tucked away next to a hidden second kitchen, or “butler’s pantry.”
The second floor features all of the sleeping spaces. The primary bedroom has its own wing, boasting the same clean and modern lines as the rest of the house, silk wallpaper and dual en-suite bathrooms.
Outside, there’s a picturesque infinity pool that looks like it’s flowing directly into the ocean.
The entire property feels upscale, comfortable, and as though great thought was given to just about every detail.
“When customers come to me and ask me for a luxury real estate home, the most popular architecture is modern,” said Mansion Global host Katrina Campins. “And there’s a reason why.”
For more on this home and other home tours, check out Mansion Global on Fox Business, a 30-minute primetime program, airing on Wednesday at 8 p.m. and hosted by Katrina Campins, which explores the most lavish properties in the country—from megamansions to high-priced high-rises.