This massive penthouse is located at 450 Alton Rd Unit: Ph2 in Miami Beach, FL. It was built in 2005 and boasts 15,263 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 6 full and 1 half bathrooms, numerous indoor/outdoor entertaining spaces and parking for 8 cars. It is listed at a hefty $19,000,000.

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  • Daniel

    I like it. It’s a change from the all-white palette these Miami penthouses love to integrate. And 8 parking spaces in a condo is unheard of. But for the price I’d rather have this home on Star Island and not pay the astronomical HOA fees.

    http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/29-Star-Island-Dr_Miami-Beach_FL_33139_M60354-40975




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  • Orlando

    Oh my God!!!! This place is mine!!!!!




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  • Mak

    Me likee. It even has a koi pond (pic #11)!

    Not a big fan of high risers, especially because the pool is waaaayyy downstairs, and who wants to have to change out down in the lower reaches of the building just for a swim.

    Very kewl way to hide video monitors though.




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    • Grrrowler

      I think your koi pond is actually a hot tub. I guess you could use it for a koi pond, which would make preparing dinner really simple!




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  • Grrrowler

    it’s nice in that it’s not the usual Florida design. But, it’s too impersonal for me. It reminds more of a suite at a W hotel than a home. I also don’t like how prominent the various TVs are. For the same money, I’d prefer something on the beach, much closer to sea level.




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    • Iemand

      If you look closely, you can see that every TV is tucked away in closets or the ceiling, except (I think) the huge screen on photo #11, but that’s o’right, because that’s supposed to be a theater. I hate the fact they put a hot tub there, useless. You want a hot tub outside, with a view not in a ‘closed’ room like this. (It is outside isn’t it?)

      But this one is actually quite nice. It’s quite big, without looking like it. I love the the thing on the wall on photo #11, makes it look a lot better.
      But I wouldn’t pay 19 million for this, rather have my own home.
      Waterfront, of course 😉 )




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