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The secluded community of Hibiscus Island, located in the middle of Biscayne Bay, is known for offering some of the most luxurious properties in all of South Florida. One of the most exemplary options is the one-of-a-kind 24 S Hibiscus Drive, a rare opportunity to acquire one of the few homes left on the exclusive Hibiscus Island market.

Built in 2003, this unique architectural masterpiece is fairly new by this community’s standards, featuring a distinct fusion of classic Mediterranean style and contemporary design elements. Indeed, it’s stand-out features and striking elegance has made it the feature of multiple real estate and architectural magazines, including its use in several films and music videos.

Spanning an impressive 13,000 square feet of interior space, this massive home is situated on an equally immense lot of over 19,600 square feet. It offers five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and two half-bathrooms, giving you plenty of room for entertaining guests. It’s spacious and innovative layout includes a main house, guest house, boat house, and cabana, all of which are seamlessly set with tiered pools connected by walkways

Open living spaces, high ceilings, covered loggias, and rooftop terraces round this out to be one of the most comfortable and spacious properties available. You’ll enjoy open views of the bay and downtown Miami, with over 150 feet of prime waterfrontage that’s capable of accommodating a sizeable yacht. With this wonderful waterfront location, and the secluded tranquility offered by the gate-guarded Hibiscus Island, you’ll enjoy the quintessential luxury South Florida lifestyle.

This masterpiece is available for $22.5 million. To learn more about this pinnacle of Miami Beach Homes, contact The Jills today.

 
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