Slated to be completed in March 2020, this Miami Beach single family home development on Sunset Island II named the Limestone Estate designed by starchitect Max Strang has listed for $27,000,000 with Douglas Elliman's Eloy Carmenate & Mick Duchon.
The brand new 10,000 sqft property that features a wellness center is the latest addition to Miami Beach's prestigious Sunset Islands. Touted as the "Limestone Estate" due to it's stone exterior features a tropical modern feel with European oak flooring throughout the interiors. The elegant and timeless details along with the outdoor living amenities exudes the definition of paradise at home. The six bedroom tropical oasis boasts a library, home theater and a wine room, while meticulously blending the interior with the exterior through floor to ceiling glass doors that open to a fully equipped summer kitchen, expansive pool and over 100’ of water frontage. The “wellness center” on property with an infrared sauna, overlooks the stunning waterfront views with floor to ceiling sliding glass doors.
The developer of this jaw dropping estate is James Curnin, great grandson of the late New York City hotel and property developer, Jack Parker. Curnin began pursuing ground-up, single family home development opportunities in West Hollywood and famed Bel Air back in 2015, where he hired and worked closely with architects Philip Vertoch and Paul McClean on three residential developments comprised of over 60,000 square feet. By 2017, having sold all three homes, James set sight on Miami Beach where he established Clara Homes. About two weeks ago, James sold his first Miami Beach residential development on Allison Island to Linda Lampert, widow of real estate executive, Ben V. Lampert for $13,000,000 and is in contract to sell his second project the "Modern Farmhouse" next door.