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Palazzo Di Mare – Miami Premier Waterfront Mansion

Monday, July 15, 2013
Tags:   Palazzo Di Mare, Miami Homes for Sale

The majestic Palazzo di Mare, Italian for Palace of the Sea, is one-of-a-kind masterpiece of design that was built only in 2012, making it one of the most modern and opulent homes on the market. If you’re looking for the finest waterfront living money can buy, make this North Miami property (located on 2095 NE 120 RD) your top choice.

The aptly named Palace of the Sea faces beautiful Biscayne and offers around 343 feet of pristine waterfrontage, in addition to another 100 feet of canal access complete with a concrete dock and boatlift. This property is perfect for boating enthusiasts, and you can enjoy the gorgeous views of the bay from land or sea.

The palatial estate offers plenty of living space, with an interior living area spanning 11,446 square feet and an immense lot size of 27,627 square feet. There are 8 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and 3 half-bathrooms, making this home more than accommodating to multigenerational families. Its elaborate interiors bear exquisite designs, accents, and details, reflecting the elegant design of Palm Beach-era compounds. Among its highly-quality features are Pecky cypress wood and cast stone decorative ceilings. Needless to say, the “Palazzo” title is well-deserved.

The Palazzo is also ideal for hosting events and gatherings; aside from its spacious lots, it includes basement under the main house that can fit around 10 vehicles, a guest house with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and a large vanishing edge pool. Other features include a barbeque area, wetbar, spa, jetted bathtub, and much more. This slice of having is being offered at $14,500,000.

The home’s location is another draw in itself. Part of the neighborhood of San Souci, it lies directly across affluent Bal Harbour. San Souci is one of the safest and most secure communities in the city, owing to its private access and the constant protection of the North Miami Police Department. The famous Haulover Inlet is only 10 minutes away, which gives you access to some of the best deep sea fishing and boating in Miami. Despite its seclusion, San Souci is also in close proximity to a variety of restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues.

To learn more about this and other magnificent Miami Homes for Sale, call acclaimed realty team The Jills at 305-341-7447

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