This Mediterranean style waterfront mansion, dubbed Casa de Suenos, is located at 1400 W 28th Street in Miami Beach, FL. It was built in 2003 and features a total of 7 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms. The first floor features a grand foyer with sweeping wrought iron staircase, great room, formal dining room with French doors opening up to a koi pond, library with fireplace, home theater, maid’s room, laundry room, gourmet kitchen, family room and a recreation room with wet bar. There is also a central courtyard and a covered loggia that can be accessed by most of the main rooms. The 2nd floor features a master bedroom, 3 bedroom suites, home gym and a large balcony overlooking the courtyard. There is also a rooftop terrace, swimming pool and a gazebo with above guest room. It is listed at $14,500,000.

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  • Daniel

    I like this. They went a little overboard with the arched windows but at least they look nice in the wood finish. The exterior is a nice take on Tuscan/Moorish and probably wouldn’t offend Mizner terribly. The interior obviously needs some color, but I like the subtle details throughout. Not bad at all, and considering it’s on the water, the price isn’t terribly unrealistic.




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  • BJ

    It was all going relatively well until the kitchen. Even if you don’t cook, that kitchen is a travesty. On the other hand, I’m a big fan of courtyards and this one has a double, just not a home run. And scrub some color in here like Daniel says. Finally, on price…Palacio del Eden down the street is listed at $10.7M with killa views, a better lot location, and more. Top that with 8 (?) deed and warranty deed sales of this property since ’99 and none exceeding $11.6M and it just doesn’t add up. Drop the price by $4M and see what that pulls in.




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  • mac22

    A good looking home and I love the courtyard. Could use a bit more color on the interior as has been mentioned, but finally a home without over the top interiors.




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    • Sam

      a spam comment on Homes of The Rich? 8o




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s OK…not great, but OK. I don’t like the garage doors right next to the front door. I realize that they have to go in the front with the waterfront lot, but I would have put the garage doors on the street and kept the motor court free of garage doors. I do like the exterior although I think it would look better in something other than start white. I do love a good courtyard, and this one’s pretty good. I have to say that I hate the spiral staircase. I’m not a fan of the interior at all. Even with much needed color, a lot of the spaces don’t look that great. The decor is in desperate need of updating, but that would help quite a bit. Still, some of the spaces don’t leave a lot to work with.




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  • rob

    I feel like I have seen this home a hundred times. Just a ho hum variation on a theme.




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  • lambskin

    The kitchen is a mess. With the pool and waterfront -do you really need an extra body of water with the Koi pond?




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  • Sam

    My complaints for this one- the interior is too white, the kitchen is too small, and the ceilings are too low, other than that I like this house. But it’s in Florida…




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