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The Jills Present 6420 Allison Road

Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Tags:   6420 Allison RD, Miami Beach homes

Located in the prestigious island community in Allison Island, 6420 Allison RD, also known as Villa Elena, is one of the most coveted Miami Beach Homes on the market. With its unique history, architecture, and amenities, there is nothing like it on the market.

Built in 1938, this Mediterranean masterpiece was designed for prominent businessman Samuel H. Bowman by Maurice Fatio, one of 20th century’s most renowned architects. In addition to owning a piece of Florida history, this property offers timeless charm and beauty from an iconic visionary.

The villa was meticulously restored in 2006 and offers the latest modern amenities while preserving its unique historic beauty. Its over 6,900-square-foot floor plan has 6 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and expansive common areas. There is a living room, family room, chef’s kitchen, library, billiards room, guest quarters, and elegant loggia.

Situated on an immense waterfront lot of over 29,000 square feet, the home is nestled amid lush tropical landscaping and overlooks 135 feet of prime waterfront. Aside from stunning views of the bay and sunset, the large backyard includes a boat dock, jet ski lift, and gleaming swimming pool.

As part of the exclusive Indian Creek community, Villa Elena offers one of the most privileged living standards imaginable. The guard-gated island includes a famous Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course and country club, and is connected by bridge to Miami Beach, offering even more attractions to enjoy.

At $11 million, the iconic 6420 Allison RD is well worth your consideration. Contact The Jills to learn more about this opportunity.

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