Here are the five priciest Miami homes to hit the market in the last week

Unit at Brickell condo is the fifth priciest for $11.5M

TRD MIAMI /
Jun.June 15, 2016 03:00 PM

A number of luxury homes hit the market over the past week in South Florida, with the top five all in Miami Beach. Here’s a look inside: 

#1 Palazzo del Mare unit: $20 million

Palazzo del Mare opened on Fisher Island in 2007. Unit 7153 has five bedrooms, a private elevator entrance and spans 7,025 square feet. The unit, which will be completed in December, includes a pool cabana and two-car garage with one additional space.

When the unit’s completed, the ask will be increased to $23 million, according to the listing. Rivero Real Estate is marketing the condo.

#2 1 Hotel & Homes penthouse: $16 million

A duplex penthouse at 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach is offering four bedrooms and 3,955 square feet of interior space. Penthouse 1610 includes direct ocean views, an open kitchen and high-end appliances.

Douglas Elliman handles sales at 1 Hotel & Homes, which opened last year.

#3 Setai Miami Beach, townhouse: $14.9 million

Townhouse A, an oceanfront unit at the Setai, offers Terrazzo floors, 18-foot ceilings and an LED color lighting system. The four-bedroom, 3,627-square-foot unit includes two oceanfront master suites, a glass staircase, three covered balconies and its own pool.

Coldwell Banker’s Jill Eber, of the Jills team, and Jeff Miller are co-listing the townhouse.

#4 1277 North Venetian Way: $12.5 million

The California-style, six-bedroom home on the Venetian Islands features an interior courtyard with a fountain, a living room and library with a fireplace, a large pool, wet bar and cabana, and a dock. Renovated in 2015, the 5,646-square-foot home, built in 1937, last sold in 2011 for $1.325 million. Former Bear Stearns employee Al Cabrini owns the waterfront property. Cabrini is now founder and CEO of GridNavigator, according to his LinkedIn page.

Nelson Gonzalez of Esslinger Wooten Maxwell is the listing agent.

#5 Santa Maria unit: $11.5 million

Unit 4301 at the Santa Maria in Brickell offers five bedrooms and 6,300 square feet excluding terraces. The renovated unit includes the option to buy a private dock, according to the listing. Amenities at the building, located at 1643 Brickell Avenue, include a bayfront pool, marina, fitness center, business center and club house.

SMC Miami Corp. owns the unit, according to property records. Oscar J. Vila signed documents on behalf of the entity.

Design Italiano Realty is the listing brokerage.


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