Four Miami Beach properties list above $25M

The priciest home is asking $30 million

Sep.September 17, 2014 05:15 PM

For residential properties Miami Beach have hit the market, each asking over $25 million, according to Ocean Drive.

The priciest unit is a penthouse at One Bal Harbour, which listed for $30 million.

The penthouse includes five bedrooms, five-and-a-half baths and more than 7,770 square feet. The unit also features a hot tub on a wraparound balcony, a sauna and private two-car garage.

At the opposite end of Miami Beach, an 8,229-square-foot duplex is listed for $29.9 million at the Continuum. The apartment has seven bedrooms, six-and-a-half baths, a home theater, custom security and audio-visual features, and according to the listing.

And at 2920 North Bay Road, a recently completed mansion is listed for $29.5 million. The 9,815-square-foot house features a feng shui design, a 60-plus-foot saltwater pool, an elevator, a wine cellar, a dock, a roof deck with bar and 170 feet of Biscayne Bay frontage.

Finally, a historic Mediterranean Revival estate built in 1932 is listed for $26.77 million. The house includes a large courtyard, putting green, six bedrooms and a tower containing a private office “from whence to survey your domain,” according to the listing. [Ocean Drive] – Christopher Cameron

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