Miami is full of over-the-top real estate listings, from celebrity listings to island abodes. The latest to cross our desk is this seven-bedroom, eight-bath stunner situated on Miami Beach’s Di Lido Island. Designed by architects Choeff Levy Fischman and first on the market last October, the 7,828-square-foot house recently took a $1,200,000 price cut.
The unique home uses a post-tension structural system usually found in high-rise developments; the system eliminates the use of structural beams and allows for maximized ceiling heights on multiple levels. It also takes advantage of the home’s best asset: Unobstructed views of Biscayne Bay.
Guests are welcomed to the waterfront home through an 11-foot Cumaru-cladded pivot door and into a 63-foot wide living room. Interiors feature European white oak floors, Brazilian teak wood ceilings, and board-formed concrete. Two bedrooms are located downstairs, while the remaining five bedrooms are housed on the second floor. The master bath boasts a freeform floating tub and large glass-encased shower.
Interior amenities aside, Miami Beach is all about the outdoor space, and this home delivers. An infinity-edge lap pool and spa use a rainwater re-harvesting system, while 106-feet of water frontage, a dock, and outdoor kitchen round out the other features. If this looks like your Florida dream home, 825 E Dilido Drive is on the market now for $18,750,000.