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Priced at $50M, Casa Bahia Is One of Miami’s Most Expensive Homes

By Victor Baker


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Casa Bahia

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 expensive 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’.

Casa Bahia

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?

Casa Bahia


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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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