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Live by the Water on Pinetree Drive Circle

Wednesday, September 05, 2018

Several of Miami Beach’s roadways have gained as much as acclaim and fame as the barrier island itself. Ocean Drive, Lincoln Road, North Bay Road, all of these are known for their unique charm. Pine Tree Drive is no exception. Located in the Mid Beach area, it is comprised of regal homes for sale and the roadway itself is indeed lined with verdant pine trees that add a touch of natural welcoming ambiance to the area.

On the northern end of Pine Tree Drive is the similarly named Pinetree Drive Circle which has several homes overlooking the water. One of these homes is 6401 Pinetree Drive Circle, a six bedroom and five bathroom estate featuring a luxurious Mediterranean-inspired design courtesy of architect Russell Pancoast. The restored home boasts more than 6,900 square feet of living area and its lot is over 20,500 square feet. A lushly landscaped private oasis, oak wood flooring, wine cellar, 100 feet of water frontage, an infinity edge pool, and private boat dock are some of the features in this stunning residence, There is also a one bedroom guest house which is perfect for those moments when family or friends are staying over.

Within walking distance of the home is the small commons of La Gorce Park. Whenever you want to spend a day at the beach, all you have to do is head to the east. Also nearby is the Fontainebleau which frequently hosts various events.

This update is by The Jills team which includes Jill Eber, Jill Hertzberg, Danny Hertzberg, Hillary Hertzberg, and Felise Eber. Call 305-341-7447 for more information about The Jills team, Miami Beach real estate, or the upscale homes of North Bay Road in Miami Beach.

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