This grand and historic estate is located at 4821 Pine Tree Drive in Miami Beach, FL. It was built in 1928 and was recently renovated with authentic details. It boasts 18,006 square feet of living space with 13 bedrooms, 12 full and 1 half bathrooms, a grand ballroom with soaring ceilings, formal living and dining rooms, gentleman’s library and bar, drawing room with fireplace, gym, loggia and courtyard, sculptured gardens, children’s playground, waterfront gazebo, swimming pool, pool pavilion, dock for an up to 100 foot yacht, guest house, 5-car garage and more. It is listed at $21,000,000. That ballroom is to-die-for!!! The floors, details on the wall and the crystal chandelier are magnificent! It actually spans a whole wing of the house and opens up to a terrace, which is perfect for entertaining large crowds.

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  • James

    Kenny, wasn’t this home on an episode of Teen Cribs?




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  • Daniel

    I love it. I’m curious if the ballroom is originally or a later addition; from the birds-eye, it looks a little strange, but the inside looks beautiful. The rest of the home looks beautifully done. Love the huge lot, though I’ve never been on Pinetree Drive; looks quite busy. Some of the furniture is overpowering considering the architectural elements, but that’s an easy fix. Price is a bit optimistic; There are a number of homes for sale on the street that have been for sale for quite a while.




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    • Daniel

      Yes, I’m convinced the ballroom is a later addition. Notice how the windows don’t look quite as nice as compared with the other house. Also, the tile roof on the section of the ballroom looks newer. While the space is beautiful, I probably would have made it into an extended cloister area with formal garden. But still nice, nevertheless.




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  • Grrrowler

    Other than changing out some of the furniture and curtains, I love it. And, you could have the Miami Yacht & Brokerage show practically in your backyard.

    The ballroom IS beautiful, but that’s one of the last features I’d ever want in a house. I’m curious how many square feet out of the total is taken up in the ballroom. I like Daniel’s idea of a cloistered garden, although there is already the central courtyard. A covered loggia would be nice, but that faces south with could make it rather hot.

    In any event, it’s a cool house.




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  • Venom

    I am in love.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I like this quite a bit, with the exception of the decor of some of the interior spaces. The exterior is beautiful, I can’t find much to fault about it…the location of the pool is a little odd, especially considering the amount of space between house and water. Otherwise, though, the exterior is beautiful and elegant.

    I’ll be diplomatic and say the decor for parts of the interior is “bold”. I would definitely decorate differently, but as has been said above, that’s really not a problem. The ballroom is spectacular, and while I agree with Grrrowler that it’s not high on my list of places I’d want in a house, it makes for an undeniably grand entertaining space. That library is delicious too…

    Can’t make any judgments on the price or specific location in Miami, but I like what I see. It’s nice to see a *historic* FL property for once.




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