This North Bay Road residence designed by Choeff Levy Fischman is a an example of compelling design with emphasis on transparency, views, indoor-outdoor living, and entertaining.
The two-story residence made up of more than 13,000 square feet has an abundance of glass that allows direct connectivity from the home to Biscayne Bay. It features a spectacular deck area with deep wood cantilevers above that provide shade, outdoor lounge space and ample balconies for the bedrooms located above. One of the home's most unique features is a 2,500-square-foot rooftop deck designed for entertaining with views of Biscayne Bay and Downtown Miami to the west, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east - a rarity in Miami real estate.
As you step into the spacious home, you're immediately greeted by a 40-foot wide living room, where expansive two and three-story curtain wall systems make the residence appear transparent and light, while bold wood-tapered geometries strengthen and frame the large spans of glass. The tropical modern residence incorporates warm Ipe woods, white stucco finishes, and warm limestone cladding.
Corner opening and pocketing sliding glass doors allow the interior space to be completely open to the outside. As the doors disappear into pockets, the line between indoor and outdoor becomes blurred creating the ideal home lifestyle.
The first level of the home includes, an indoor gym, wine cellar, office, theater, dining and kitchen areas, as well additional living areas.
Upstairs, the residence’s master suite spans 1,500 sq. ft. and features separate his and hers master bathrooms, as well as separate closets. There is also a second master bedroom with its own private balcony facing the water, a private bathroom, and closets. Additional rooms are also found upstairs, along with a morning kitchen.
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The home's front entrance features wood details and an abundance of glass.
An infinity-edge pool and deep-cantilevered overhangs create the perfect ambiance for outdoor entertaining.
South American Ipe wood is used for the tropical modern accents. The unique wood is perfect to withstand the South Florida climate.
Floor to ceiling sliding glass doors pocket and disappear allowing a natural flow from indoor to outdoor.
The home's living room is spans 40 feet wide.
The master bedroom features direct views of the water, and is also designed for indoor-outdoor living.
Corner-pocketing glass doors allow for perfect views with no obstructions.
The home's office is adjacent to the living room with views of lush landscape.
A modern floating staircase creates emphasizes transparency.
An outdoor seating area on one of the home's many balconies has great views of the sunset.
Spacious balconies and deep overhangs allow for easy entertaining.
A second master bedroom comes with spacious private balcony and bay views.
An atrium in the center of the residence allows for a cozy and bright outdoor seating area while still inside the home.
The home's indoor gym makes you feel as if you're outside with its vast pocketing sliding glass doors that open up to a custom yoga deck.
A formal dining room receives natural light from the open atrium and is surrounded by glass on two sides.
A freestanding tub sits in the center of the master bathroom suite with views of the bay.
The residence's wine cellar holds more than 600 bottles of wine.
An aerial shot of the residence shows off the 2,500-square-foot rooftop deck.