Three of the top homes that sold this week in Miami Beach include a contemporary Mediterranean Villa, and Italian Waterfront Villa, and Waterfront Mansion. As the Miami Beach real estate market heats up, here are more details on this week’s notable properties.
An exceptional Mediterreanean Villa located in the heart of the Altos del Mar gated community sold for $17,300,000 on Tuesday.
Sprawling over 8,600 square feet, this Miami Beach residence at 7825 Atlantic Way is complete with direct beach and Atlantic Ocean views—including a grand-master suite with private terrace that overlooks the ocean—perfect for unwinding day or night.
With the desire for more space and especially outdoor space, this home is completely decked out with an outdoor summer kitchen with covered terrace and bar, infinity pool, and manicured grounds. The seller for 7825 Atlantic Way was represented by Julian Johnston of The Corcoran Group.
With timeless design and sweeping bay views, the second priciest home for this week’s top sales is a waterfront mansion directly located on N Bay Road.
The 7,748 square foot residence sold for $13,750,000 on Monday. Located at 4380 N Bay Rd, the Miami Beach mansion has 7 bedrooms, 7.5 baths and open floor concept. Luxurious features include marble flooring throughout the lower level and Brazilian cherrywood on the upper level and serene outdoor space with pool, spa, and private dock.
The seller for 4380 N Bay Rd was represented by Mendel Fellig with Compass.
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The final highest priced listing for this week is an Italian Villa with open water views, 6,788 square feet of living space, and a guest house with separate entrance. Records indicate that the 5 bedroom, 5.2 bath residence at 70 W San Marino Dr sold for $10 million on Monday.
With sweeping views of the downtown Miami skyline, this Italian villa offers notable features including a charming courtyard, boat dock with easy water access, and spacious balcony. The master suite is complete with a kitchenette, walk-in closets, and master bath. The seller for 70 W San Marino Dr was represented by Jill Hertzberg with Coldwell Banker Realty – Miami Beach Lincoln Building.
With recent interest and increased number of tech investors and CEOs relocating their offices to Miami, it’s not a surprise that the Miami Beach’s housing market is continuing to do well.