Michael Caine lists SoBe condo for $8.7M

The actor has listed the Apogee unit before for as much as $12.9 million

Jun.June 10, 2017 12:00 PM

Michael Caine (Source: Wikipedia)

English actor Michael Caine listed his condo in South Beach for sale with an asking price of $8.7 million.

The residence is on the seventh floor of Apogee, a high-rise condominium at 800 South Pointe Drive in Miami Beach.

Caine, 84, bought the 4,100-square-foot condo in 2008 for $4 million in cash.

The four-bedroom condo comes with a small movie theater that Caine added.

The actor has listed the condo for sale several times in the last two years, initially with an asking price of $12.9 million.

A Realtor familiar with the condo told GossipExtra.com that Caine and his wife visit Miami Beach annually for a month but sometimes rent a house instead of staying at the Apogee condo.

Caine opened a restaurant on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach called South Beach Brasserie, which closed in 1999.

Caine’s film credits include “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” and “The Dark Knight.” [GossipExtra.com]Mike Seemuth

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