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These South Florida homes may be far from Hollywood, but the region is the place to be if you’re looking to rub shoulders with celebrities.
Shaggy, Cindy Crawford and Sylvester Stallone are just a few of the bold-faced names who’ve bought in and around Miami in recent months, and trendsetters in tech and finance also flocked to the region. Some New Yorkers seeking more space have traded Soho for South Beach, and even Pastis wants to be part of the action.
If you’re looking for your own luxe home that would be fit for a celebrity — with plenty of space, privacy and swanky amenities — take a look at our editorial team’s picks for the top Miami area homes on the market.
A penthouse worth investigating
$16.5 million | 3 BR, 3.5 BA | 6,000 sq ft
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer is known for high-octane thrillers like “CSI,” “Bad Boys” and “Top Gun,” but his penthouse at 1455 Ocean Drive in Miami Beach is far more serene. Located in the luxe Il Villaggio condominium and designed by French interior des Andrée Putman, the lavish pad includes a large master suite, a Zoom-friendly home office and ocean views from the walls of floor-to-ceiling windows. If you want to take in the ocean air, there’s a private, 8,000-square-foot rooftop terrace with its own plunge pool.
A Star is Born in Miami Beach
12.9 million | 4 BR, 4 BA | 3,627 sq ft
EastWest Studios owner Doug Rodgers (whose studio produced A Star Is Born, among other films) is selling his townhouse at the Setai, which comes with all of the amenities of the hotel, but with the comforts of a private home. The contemporary, minimalist home at 101 20th Street in Miami Beach has beachfront views from its double-height floor-to-ceiling windows and three balconies, as well as a private pool.
Party spot on Palm Island
$34 million | 8 BR, 9.5 BA | 11,058 sq ft
The enormous home at 135 Palm Avenue on Miami Beach’s Palm Island combines elite amenities with serene, natural surroundings. Its open design features large windows that let in plenty of light, and bring the lush surroundings — the property has plenty of the island’s namesake trees — indoors. It’s also a perfect location for A-List parties, with an infinity pool, roof deck, outdoor kitchen, and sauna, all of which overlooks 100 feet of waterfront.
A home worth name-dropping
$17.6 million | 5 BR, 7.5 BA | 6,735 sq ft
This luxe villa is located in the Jade Signature condo at 16901 Collins Avenue in Sunny Isles Beach, which was designed by Swiss starchitects Herzog & de Meuron with interiors by French designer Pierre-Yves Rochon. The nearly 7,000-square-foot home has the privacy a celebrity would want — including a private elevator with fingerprint recognition and on-site parking — and plenty of custom fixtures. Its five bedrooms include a master suite that a study, walk-in closet and a his-and-hers bathroom.
An elegant Edition
$19.9 million | 4 BR, 5 BA | 5,246 sq ft
The Miami Beach Edition at 2901 Collins Avenue has plenty of star power — it’s the brainchild of celebrity hotelier Ian Schrager — and an elite penthouse fit for a discerning buyer. The more than 5,000-square-foot pad has 20-foot ceilings, a master bedroom with a private balcony and a huge roof terrace with a pool, outdoor kitchen, dining and lounging areas. Bonus: It also comes with access to the hotel’s private beach.
Original posted at therealdeal.com