This Mediterranean waterfront mansion is located at 100 Palm Avenue on Palm Island in Miami Beach, FL. It was built in 2006 and features 12,052 square feet of living space with 10 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. Other features include a 4-car garage, swimming pool, boat dock and a guest house. It is listed at $23,400,000. I think the price is VERY optimistic, considering music producer Scott Storch’s mansion (which is 2 houses away and nearly twice the size) sold at auction for just $5.5 million.

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  • Grrrowler

    Where to start…?

    The front couldn’t look much less grand or exciting. The Home Depot pressed aluminium garage doors really do set the tone for the whole place. The rear façade isn’t as bad, but it looks exactly like a gazillion other waterfront houses in south Florida. I’m not sure what side of the house picture 8 is showing, but that’s downright depressing. I’ve seen bomb shelters with more character than that.

    The interior is best described as “Modern Harem”, although I doubt it’s as tasteful or stylish as a real harem. The kitchen is beyond terrible, and I’m guessing the ceiling treatment is to provide a place for one of the many wives to hang freshly-killed chickens and goats. I wonder if that’s a picnic table pushed against the island or a sacrificial altar. What better way to make dinner into an event?! At least with 10 bedrooms there are plenty of rooms for secondary and tertiary wives, and their offspring, to be housed.

    As for the price, “optimistic” doesn’t even begin to describe it.




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    • george

      Grrrowler, I had no intrest in this overpriced piece of garbage until you coined the term “Modern Harem”. Now part of me “must have it”.




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  • Daniel

    Much rather have the Balinese inspired home and save the $8 million for another home in L.A. This is one lousy Mediterranean. Tract home’s have more detail and character nowadays. Living room is nice but nothing to write home about. And finally, why are they asking Star Island money for a home on Palm Island?




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  • A.K

    I’ll bet my life this won’t sell for more than $15m




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  • NOVA Ben

    Kenny says the price is “optimistic”. I say it’s “deranged”

    And “depressing” pretty much covers the home itself. Done.




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  • Hugh

    Scott Storch’s former house sold below market. Apparently is was in average condition. The market has improved dramatically in the last two years in the top end of Miami. PH 1 at the Continuum sold for $9.9m in 2009 just sold for $25m.




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  • rob

    Looks run down and faded. The price is insane.




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  • ZigZagBoom

    Grrrowler, your post had me doubling over in laughter! It’s laughable that such a non-entity can have an asking price of $23 million. This house seems to say: “you could come in the front door, but it might be much more convenient for you to enter one of the garages”.




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  • Chris

    Hahahahaha nice one! Oh wait this train wreck is real. The Balinese home is waaayyy nicer. This is just a POS.




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  • Randy

    After several Russians recently have drastically overpaid for mansions in Miami Beach such as the $47 million sale on Indian Creek Island, many sellers are trying to jump on that gravy train . Russian buyers can skew the market prices .




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