Miami Beach has some of the most creatively designed homes in the world including this new spec house with a manmade tropical lagoon. It is on Pine Tree Drive next door to an equally stunning spec house from the same developer, Barry Brodsky of Brodson Construction, with a 43-foot concrete slide from the home’s upper floor to pool that recently sold for $22.5 million. Where the waterslide house had that fun feature as a standout, this house has the tropical lagoon along with a winding bridge that extends from a rooftop terrace and 200-foot walkway that ends at ground level - giving the ambiance of one’s own personal jungle. On the water side there is an organically filtered swimming pool and spa. There is also a boat dock from which boaters can access open ocean and Biscayne Bay.
Designed by Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan of Studio MK-27 and decorated by Brazilian designer Jader Almeida and Artefacto, the 14,498-square-foot main house is composed of six bedrooms and nine baths with the main living area on the second floor with ocean and sunrise views and a roof deck. Glass walls completely recede, making the transition from indoors to outdoors seamless. Another stand-alone structure between Pine Tree Drive and the main house measures 3,000-square-feet and can be used as the owner desires. Listing agents are Mirce Curkoski and Albert Justo of One Sotheby’s International Realty.
New Miami Beach spec house with Brazilian contemporary vibe is now complete and on the market for $29.75 million, placing it in the top ten most expensive Miami listings.
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