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Tucked away behind stately mahogany and iron gates is a rare historic architectural masterpiece on Miami Beach.
Miami Beach Villa 20686 was built in 1928 and on a stunning 18,000 square-foot gated compound, comprised of three buildings.
The majestic waterfront property, reminiscent of the Palm Beach Mizner era, features 10 bedrooms (main house), and 12 bathrooms.
Nestled between Millionaire's Row and the widest span of Indian Creek Waterway, the two-acre property offers an idyllic setting for gracious living.
Every amenity and finish in the home is exceptionally unique, artfully combining luxurious finishes with stunning architecture.
Sit down dinners in the home's 150 guest Grand Ballroom have included the likes of such noteworthy guests as Benjamin Netanjahu, Dr. Henry Kissinger, Margaret Thatcher, M. Gorbachev, Nobuki Sukahari and President Bill Clinton.
The Main House also features a grand master suite overlooking Indian Creek, a mahogany paneled library, a formal dining room with a 18th century furniture and a fireplace and a gourmet kitchen with high-end appliances and stone floors.
The Guest House features two bedrooms and a kitchen and the detached gym has one bathroom and a steam room.
Outside, enjoy use of a resort-style pool pavilion and waterfront gazebo.
Other amenities include a waterfront dock (can accommodate a yacht of 100 feet), impact resistant windows and doors, a children's playground and four fountains spread throughout the lush grounds.
Reservation includes staff of maid and cook daily.