This modern oceanfront condo is located on the 15th floor of the 40-story luxury Setai building at 101 20th Street in Miami Beach, FL. Built in 2004, the bi-level condo has 18′ ceilings and walls of glass and stunning views of the city and the beach. It features approximately 3,650 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms (1 of them is being used as a media room), 5 bathrooms, white laquer cabinets and Terazzo flooring throughout, main staircase, remote controlled colored LED lighting system in all rooms, 2-story living room, dining room, gourmet kitchen and 3 large terraces (2 of which are oceanfront). It is listed at $22,000,000. Love the 2-story living/dining area and the views, however none of that is worth a whopping $22 million. There’s not even that much square footage!

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  • Tony

    this is way over priced. this isn’t even the penthouse and it is $22 million? You can buy an oceanfront home in the estate section of Palm Beach for that price.




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  • Daniel

    While I agree with Tony on his latter statement, this *is* The Setai, after all, arguably the most exclusive hotel/condo in Miami Beach. And there are some mighty expensive listings in it:

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    This apartment is very nice, but I think it still needs more finishing added to it. And its a bit too much white on white on white for me.




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    • Tony

      I wouldn’t over pay for an apartment in Miami. That’s just silly. Now if this was the Penthouse of 740 Park Avenue that would be different. But the Setai? I never even heard of it. I doubt this building is as coveted as 740 Park Avenue or something. I much rather be chilling in a huge home with gardens and tennis court that has ocean frontage on South Ocean Boulevard in the estate section of Palm Beach. All the people that actually know anything about real estate would be much more impressed with the ocean front Palm Beach estate than a mere cheap modern white on white apartment on a lower level of some wanna be building.




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  • Grrrowler

    It has all the warmth and charm of an ice cube. It’s interesting as a design exercise, but as a place to live, no thanks.




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  • ted

    the kitchen is unacceptably small for a 22 million dollar home.




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  • Chris

    Too much white.




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  • Venom

    I can buy entire islands in the Bahamas with homes on them for $22 million or less.




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