Spec mansion includes Jaguar, yacht and a Warhol

Bal Harbour mansion listed for $43 million comes with Andy Warhol's 'Unknown Woman'

Dec.December 05, 2015 12:32 PM

A waterfront mansion built on speculation in Bal Harbour carries a $43 million asking price that covers such unusual extras as a yacht, a vintage Jaguar and an Andy Warhol silk screen.

The newly built home spans 13,800 square feet and has seven bedrooms, an infinity pool overlooking Biscayne Bay, a private yacht dock and a roof deck equipped with a Jacuzzi and a fire pit. It has a pair of interior courtyards, each with its own koi pond, and facial-recognition technology that eliminates the need for a key to unlock the front door.

“It’s very James Bond-ish,” Oren Alexander of Douglas Elliman Real Estate told the Wall Street Journal.

Alexander, who is listing the mansion with his brother Tal, told the Wall Street Journal it is available fully furnished, including Andy Warhol’s “Unknown Woman,” a 1948 Jaguar XK120, a  VanDutch yacht measuring 55 feet long.

A buyer can purchase the residence unfurnished for $36 million.

Alexander developed the Bal Harbour mansion with his father Shlomy, who in 2012 sold a single-family home in Indian Creek Village for $47 million, a Miami-Dade County record. [Wall Street]  — Mike Seemuth

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