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This week's spotlight is cast on 6005 Alton Rd, a Mediterranean beauty located in the exclusive La Gorce community of Miami Beach. One of the most splendid Miami Beach Homes on the market, it all but guarantees the ultimate in luxury tropical living.

Built in 1925, during the first golden age of South Florida real estate, this one-of-a-kind is one of the oldest properties on the market. To add to this distinction, it was developed by influential home build Carl Fisher, the namesake of world-famous Fisher Island.

Subsequently, the home features an exceptionally meticulous attention to detail and style, inside and out. It is situated on a large corner lot that spans over 15,000 sq.ft and overlooks the famous La Gorce Golf Course. This 2-story beauty has over 4,640 sq.ft of living space, with 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.

As expected given its privileged background, 6005 Alton Rd offers many exquisite amenities and features. These include a stunning gourmet kitchen, Italian stone floors on the first level, Brazilian cherry wood floors on the second level, a heated swimming pool, hurricane-resistant windows, and much more.

Moreover, it benefits from a coveted location in one of the most affluent and tranquil communities in Miami Beach. In addition to the premium offerings at the acclaimed La Gorce Golf Course, this exclusive area is just a short drive away from the liveliest parts of Miami Beach, including South Beach, Lincoln Mall, and club-lined Ocean Drive.

This stunning masterpiece of design and luxury is listed at $2.495 million. If you would like to learn more, contacting The Jills, South Florida’s premier real estate team.

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