From the water, the view of this 18,000-square-foot Miami Beach estate is pristine and spectacular. An arched portico runs along the rear central wing of the home, which was built in 1937 in the Mediterranean Revival style. The property has undergone an extensive renovation to turn it into a great space for modern living and entertaining.
The home office of this luxury Miami Beach estate has a custom-built desk with a custom-designed leather inlay. An imposing stone fireplace extends to the beamed ceiling, giving the space a feel of solidity and warmth. A leather chair and crackling fire make it an inviting space to work.
The pool house of this luxe Miami Beach estate features all the bells and whistles, including multiple spaces for lounging, napping and dining al fresco. The estate enjoys sweeping views and prime waterway access.
This stone tile garden path connects a courtyard to the winding array of indoor and outdoors spaces encompassing this spectacular Miami Beach estate. The Mediterranean Revival villa, built in 1937, has been fully renovated and restored for modern living.
The entry gate to this luxurious 18,000-square-foot Miami Beach estate provides a hint to the opulence found within. The Mediterranean Revival structure, originally constructed in 1937, has undergone a full renovation and restoration both indoors and out.
Stunning calacatta marble and pale woods combine to create a restful, beautiful kitchen with clean, modern lines. The 1937-built house originally had a more utilitarian, catering-style kitchen. The design team upgraded the finishes and cabinetry to create a modern space that can function easily for day-to-day use or larger events. The long island features a sleek waterfall edge.
The pool house of this luxurious Miami Beach estate features a full bar and a backlit lounge area, perfect for hosting the hottest parties in town. The waterfront estate, named Terra Veritatis, was built in 1937 and has undergone an extensive restoration and renovation.
Even the driveway of this luxurious Miami Beach estate, known as Terra Veritatis, is spectacular. Lighted palms mark the path to the arched entry gate. Intricate detailing on the exterior wall reflects the design of the Mediterranean Revival mansion itself.
The swimming pool at this luxury Miami Beach estate features multiple levels for swimming or lounging underwater, as well as a hot tub and a custom-designed tile mosaic. Lush foliage surrounds the pool area, giving the space privacy. Meanwhile, the home's Mediterranean Revival architecture provides a nice view from the water.
Mediterranean with a twist, this Spanish Revival house was not meant to look predictable. Traditional Spanish elements like the floor tiles and flowers pair with more rustic themes like exposed wood beams and paneling.
An elegant brick pathway leads through lush grass to a beautiful courtyard at the entrance of this Colonial Revival home. The house combines a traditional stucco exterior and terracotta roof tiles and is surrounded by Mediterranean-inspired landscaping.