When the couple who bought this Coconut Grove, Florida residence in 2016 moved to a extra kid-friendly area, they opted to go away their Italian furnishings and massive crystal camel behind. That works out properly for the long run purchaser, because the condo was meticulously designed from prime to backside by sought-after interiors guru Steven G. “The homeowners have been very, very concerned within the precise course of,” he says. “They have been very specific about their wants, needs and wishes.”
The total-floor penthouse’s asking value is $24 million. That features all of the furnishings, a ten,180 square-foot area, six bedrooms and seven-and-a-half bedrooms. It’s situated in Grove at Grand Bay, a growth that was designed by architect Bjarke Ingels. Grove consists of two 22-story towers that spiral towards each other; the penthouse in our sights is within the southern spiral. That’s an essential distinction, in line with itemizing agent Angel Nicolas, as a result of a Mr. C Residences simply broke floor close by and can finally block the north tower’s view. Oops.
The house’s wrap-around terrace contains a small outside pool—it’s the one non-public one within the constructing. It’s a resistance pool with jets, so it’s each nice for getting a number of laps in and for stress-free, hot-tub model. Different distinctive components embody a wine cellar, which affords temperature-controlled storage and two house places of work, which will be transformed into further bedrooms if work-from-home areas aren’t wanted. The couple added their art work to the area, too, a lot of which they introduced from Mexico—they’ve a house in Mexico Metropolis. A cranium on a desk in the lounge, as an example, is from their assortment.
Resident perks embody entry to Grove at Grand Bay’s amenity suite: A fitness center, rooftop pool, onsite artwork gallery and a membership room amongst different, quirkier choices like a pet spa. (No worries, there’s a separate, 1,700-square-foot spa for people too.)
Better of all, because it comes absolutely furnished with items from big-name manufacturers like Minotti and Meroni & Calzoni, you possibly can transfer in and be stress-free with a bottle in entrance of Netflix very quickly. “It makes it simpler for the customer,” says Nicolas. “All they must do is convey their toothbrush.”