Miami plastic surgeon sells Sunset Islands estate for $10M

Leonard Hochstein and his wife Lisa own the newly constructed mansion at 42 Star Island

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Aug.August 04, 2015 10:30 AM

Miami’s “Boob God,” aka celebrity plastic surgeon Dr. Leonard Hochstein, has sold a waterfront Miami Beach mansion for $10.1 million, Miami-Dade County records show.

Hochstein sold the 9,944-square-foot home at 1647 North View Drive to Trabes LLC, in the care of AFO LLC, a Coral Gables-based tax specialist firm.

The seven-bedroom, four-bathroom and two half-bath mansion sits on a 22,580-square-foot lot on Miami Beach’s Sunset Islands. Hochstein bought the property in 2005 for $4.35 million. It was built in 2007, according to property records.

The estate features 100 feet of water frontage, a mosaic infinity pool, a foyer with a backlit 14-foot diameter stained glass dome, a home theater, billiard room, chef’s kitchen, wine cellar and inner courtyard. The property also includes a pool, dock and Jacuzzi. It was listed for $10.9 million.

Leonard and his wife, Lisa, a cast member on Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Miami,” last year tore down their mansion at 42 Star Island to build a new one, following a series of lawsuits from preservationists.


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