Barry Brodsky sells restored 1936 waterfront Miami Beach home
The home was originally designed by famed Miami Beach architect Russell Pancoast
Miami Beach developer Barry Brodsky sold a restored waterfront Miami Beach home for $7.3 million.
Brodsky, a spec home developer and owner of Brodson Construction, and Steven Habib sold the 6,052-square-foot Mediterranean-style home at 6401 Pine Tree Drive Circle for $1,211 per square foot, records show. The buyers are Thomas Dixon and Anne Dixon of New York City.
The six-bedroom, five-bathroom home was originally built in 1936 and designed by famed Miami Beach architect Russell Pancoast. Brodsky purchased the house for $2.7 million in 2004 and then restored it, records show.
The home was listed by Jill Hertzberg of the Jills team at Coldwell Banker, according to realtor.com. It was previously listed for $7.9 million in March 2018.
Other features include oak wood floors, a wine cellar, a one-bedroom guest house with a kitchen, a gate house with a full gym, an infinity pool, private boat dock & lift, and outdoor cabanas.
Developer Jamie LeFrak is under contract to buy 4567 Pine Tree Drive, a spec home developed by Brodsky. It was listed for $21 million.
In early 2017, Brodsky sold a 13,500-square-foot, six-bedroom spec mansion at 4555 Pine Tree Drive for $22.6 million that had a waterslide and a half-court basketball court.
In 2017, a company tied to J. Christopher Burch, head of Burch Creative Capital and ex-husband of designer Tory Burch, paid $12 million for a home at 5111 Pine Tree Drive.