Listing of the Day
Location: Fisher Island, Florida
Price: $12.015 million
On Fisher Island, an exclusive enclave that lies just three miles off shore of mainland Florida, a ground-floor lanai unit in the 10-story Palazzo Del Sol is ready for new residents to move in.
“The property is a contemporary spin on Mediterranean design, which pairs nicely with the interiors of this home—it’s very beach-chic,” says Dora Puig, director of sales and marketing for Palazzo Del Sol. “It also has incredible waterfront views of South Beach, Government Cut [a man-made channel that separates Miami Beach and Fisher Island] and passing cruise ships.”
The home is completely turnkey with organic furnishings curated by Artefacto for seamless indoor/outdoor living. The home’s expansive “backyard” area and full-sized pool are unheard of in new Miami condo developments, according to Mr. Puig.
“There’s more exterior square footage than interior,” Ms. Puig said. “One of my favorite features is the living room, which is wrapped in floor-to-ceiling windows and double doors that extend the room out to the terrace. The home is made for entertaining, with comfortable seating and various nooks.”
The home has four bedrooms, four full bathrooms and one half bathroom amid 4,698 square feet of interior living space plus 5,343 square feet of outdoor terrace area.
This ground-level residence is conveniently located near the lobby, where the building’s multi-lingual concierge is on call. The home also has floor-to-ceiling walls of glass and comes equipped with Boffi kitchens and baths, Sub-Zero and Gaggenau kitchen appliances, Lualdi doors and Dornbracht & Duravit appliances and fixtures.
According to Ms. Puig, Miami-based architect Kobi Karp designed the 43-residence Palazzo Del Sol, which was recently named the Best Residential Development in the U.S. by the International Property Awards.
Naturally, the jet-set crowd is well represented. “Our buyers are very international, hailing from the U.S., Europe, Latin America, Russia, Asia and the Middle East,” Ms. Puig said. “We’re also seeing more families, attracted to the large units offered and the Fisher Island Day School across the street.”
Neighborhood notes/Celebrity cachet
Though Fisher Island is just a stone’s throw from the cultural and cosmopolitan centers of downtown Miami and Miami Beach, it is only accessible by the island’s ferry service or yacht—and all visitors must be cleared by security beforehand. “The safety and security is a huge draw for high-net-worth individuals,” Ms. Puig said. “We can only speculate as to who lives there now, but the island has been home to celebs including Oprah, Julia Roberts and Andre Agassi.”
Agent: Dora Puig, Palazzo del Sol
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