The master bedroom includes a quaint sitting area by the window to showcase the waterfront view. Dark wood flooring contrasts beautifully with the soft gray walls, and artwork and throw pillows add a dash of color to the palette.
This incredible historic home was built in 1936. Set right on the edge of the bay in Miami Beach, Fla., it offers breathtaking water views and incomparable luxury with 10 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a pool, waterfall and extensive gardens.
Built on a sloping terrain, the entire compound includes boathouse, fire pit conversation area, putting green, screened porch and fishing dock to accommodate many guests at once. The design features include maximized use of daylighting and strong connection to exterior spaces and view via their direct adjacency to interior spaces.
Waterfront views can be enjoyed from both the lower-level patio or the balcony of this coastal home. A wood dining table and chairs make for easy alfresco dining on the lower patio. Stone pavers that extend to the water are a nod to the rocky shoreline.
The estate has some of the finest waterfront views in southeastern New England. Breathtaking vistas stretch in all directions, taking in Watch Hill, eastern Long Island, Fishers Island and Stonington Village.
Glass dividers and railings combine with large windows overlooking the Fort Lauderdale Intracoastal to create an open and bright living space. The slatted-wood ceiling defines the living room, which features a powder-coated white metal fireplace. Sleek furniture maintains the contemporary style of the home, while also creating a comfortable space to relax.
An expansive walk-in shower and relaxing soaker bathtub are perfect for the spa-like experience in this contemporary master bathroom. His-and-her mirrors are layered over a larger mirror above the sleek double vanity.