Where to start? Let’s make it short – Marc Anthony is selling his massive waterfront mansion in Florida for a cool $27 million. Curious to find out more details? I know I am, and considering the wonderful photos you see here, daydreaming about a luxurious home seems like a good way of wasting a few minutes.
Found in Coral Gables, a few minutes away from Miami, this lavish 16,989 square feet home includes 12 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms.
The Italianate estate, also called Villa Costanera, features white stucco and terracotta roofs and comprises three main buildings, two of them being connected by a wide corridor that’s lined with French doors, and a third, separated by a cobblestone motor court.
Aside from Latin superstar Marc Anthony, previous owners of this mesmerizing home include Bacardi rum heiress Hilda Maria Bacardi. The lavish property sits on 1.3 tropically landscaped groomed acres and brags about 480-feet of direct water frontage – private dock included. What more could you ask for?
The award-winning artist has been enjoying a massive living room decorated in a soothing palette of creams, beiges, and natural woods. The comfy sofas, ultra-modern barrel chairs, and a chic mirrored coffee table surely don’t hurt this overall seductive ambiance.
Keeping in line with those vibes, a smaller lounge features a carved stone fireplace, while this villa’s generous kitchen has been packed with beautiful wood paneling and top of the line equipment.
On the second floor, the master suite incorporates a sitting room with a fireplace, a bedroom with a balcony, and a bathroom decorated with marble and a chandelier that has a two-person jetted tube sitting at the center.
The next owners should also consider that their new home also includes a commercial-grade elevator, a wine cellar hiding amidst vast catacombs, and separate living quarters for guests or staff.
Surely, none can ignore the zero-edge swimming pool and spa, the outdoor kitchen, and the swaying palm trees. Villa Costanera might just be your new home, if you have $27 million in your bank account.