Priced at $50M, Casa Bahia Is One of Miami’s Most Expensive Homes
Today we have a real treat for you: a marvelous contemporary home found in Coconut Grove, Miami, that’s been recently listed for sale at a staggering $50 million. Called Casa Bahia, this incredible property has just become the second priciest home in the Miami-Dade County, just a little bit cheaper than the extraordinary Faena House penthouse.
Imagined by filmmaker and first-time designer Alejandro Landes, and benefiting from the expertise of Zyscovich Architects and Shorecrest Construction, the lavish 20,000 square-feet mansion could be easily considered a work of art. Featuring sleek finishes, an exposed exoskeleton wrapped in teak, and a stunning mix of glass, white stucco and luxurious amenities, this house is definitely one of the most amazing places to call ‘home’.
Future owners of this property may enjoy a wonderful view of Biscayne Bay right from the master bedroom, while their lucky guests will probably be very impressed by highlights such as floor-to-ceiling glass windows, a lovely rooftop deck, “floating” balconies and staircases, as well as the 73-foot heated infinity-edge pool, the steam room, home theater, and the wine room.
There’s also an eight-car gallery on site, and a protected dock, that will help you shock and awe everyone, with the seven-bedroom estate being anything but invisible or underappreciated. What do you think of the price-tag, though? Do you like it that much?