In classic Miami Beach style, this luxe house has water and city views, palm trees planted all around the property and a modern, neutral palette inside.
Dubbed La Joya, this six-bedroom, six-bathroom house at 2901 Flamingo Drive in Miami Beach, Florida—once asking $15.5 million, and now sold—features a first floor with a great room with 20-foot ceilings and large windows, and an all-white kitchen with an attached dining room.
The kitchen has top-of-the-line appliances, lots of marble throughout, and a classic chandelier that serves as a nod to more traditional style in an otherwise modern room. It also has dual sinks, floor-to-ceiling cabinets, a built-in TV screen and a floor-to-ceiling wine cooler that’s accessible via a library ladder.
The home’s interiors are neutral, with lots of grays and whites and stone floors. Surrounding palm trees add pops of colors from the windows. The modern furniture, all staged by Meridith Baer Home, was all available for sale, for under $300,000.
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Upstairs, there’s a lofted hallway, with views down into that 20-foot-high great room below. There’s also a primary bedroom suite with an intricate wallpapered ceiling, and a primary bathroom that features chain link light fixtures that match the chandelier in the bedroom, dual sinks, a soaking tub and a shower with lots of natural light thanks to two windows. There’s also a large vanity area for putting on makeup and doing hair in style.
The backyard features a pool and overlooks 300 feet of waterfront.
There’s also a separate casita on the property with its own private entrance, views of the waterway, a kitchenette with a mini fridge and living space, and a bedroom suite