This newly built Spanish Colonial Revival style villa is located at 18960 N Bay Road in Sunny Isles Beach, FL. It boasts 7,000 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, coffered ceilings throughout, 2-story foyer with sweeping staircase, grand 2-story great room, terrace, swimming pool with spa and expansive views of the water. It is listed at $4,300,000. I love the old world feeling that this home exudes!

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  • Daniel

    Eh. I suppose if someone wanted a brand new house on the water outside of Miami Beach, this could be a viable option. But I don’t like it. I hate how the person who built this decided to split the lot into two instead of building a double-lot estate. Architecturally, it just looks very crunched. I don’t like the colors outside, and the inside needs to be completely redone in my opinion. Way too much Venetian plaster and faux finishing. The floors are ugly in my opinion. I don’t like the way the living room is designed. The rear of the home isn’t as bad as the front, but the clay colored walls are very odd, even down here in S. Florida. The master bedroom and bathroom are the best parts, other than the view, which is spectacular.




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  • richvanc

    I cannot add anything to Daniel’s comment…great comment Daniel, I agree with you on all points.




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  • Mak

    Why didn’t they create a more usable driveway? It looks like you have to park one car on either side, and only one gets a garage. I would have taken the space between and created a motor court. At least you wouldn’t have to back out into the street every time you left the house.

    Among other things, I’m also not a fan of the way the tile is laid (on the diagonal). It creates unnecessary visual stress.




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    • Mak

      Wait. I take that back. Both sides have garages. One would still have to back out into the street.




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  • lee

    a $4.3 million house and you can not even get a decent shot of the front without the power line dangling in front of it. i guess it adds to the rustic charm. =)




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    • NOVA Ben

      Yeah, I was just about to comment on those powerlines…low lines swooping in front of the house are a big turn-off, especially when it’s in front of a newly built estate




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  • Charlie

    Alot of nice features but the colours throughout is too drab.




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  • NOVA Ben

    The craftsmanship seems to be top-notch here, so I applaud that, but the colors inside become a bit monotonous…I know that that’s partly due to the architectural style of the home, but some more color would be nice. Other than that…teeny tiny lot kinda sucks (although this is the norm in a lot of areas in this part of FL), and there really is no yard to speak of…you’re RIGHT on the water. And on one hand the view of the skyline out the back is spectacular, but it seems sort of at odds with the style of the home. As was said above, great if you’re looking for a large new home on the water in Miami Beach…but personally I’d pass.




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  • Venom

    I like it, nice house.
    I could stay in that shower all day.




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  • rob

    I like the heavy, brooding feel of the place. Just a personal preference. It almost looks like a theme house from Disney. I like the thick feel of the walls. at least in the pictures. The view is great and I like the lighting in the backyard and pool. From Bing, it looks like this house is the star in a neighborhood of bland homes. I think it would be fun to live in for a while but I could see getting tired of it pretty fast.




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  • richvanc

    I would live there…perhaps.




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  • Oliver

    dumb driveway layout, def shouldve utilized both lots… i literally love every aspect of this home and if i could i would move in tomorrow. absolutely beautiful!!




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