The ultra-luxurious 3 Indian Creek Island property which was co-listed back in 2010 by The Jills and the Alexander Group for $60 million, and was price-chopped to $52 million, has now been sold to an anonymous Russian buyer for record $47 million to become the most expensive single-family home sale in Miami-Dade County. Seemingly floating on water, this lavish and grand 30,000 sq. ft mansion boasting 10-bedrooms and 14-bathrooms is comprised of a series of pavilions which are interconnected by beautifully crafted stone walkways and lush garden walls. This record-breaking sale has however turned to be another example showcasing the dramatic pick-up of high-end estate market in Florida. As, hedge fund billionaire Edward S. Lampert purchased another Indian Creek Island mansion for $38.4 million, and a penthouse atop Setai South Beach Resort got sold for $21.5 million, besides the sale of a penthouse in South Beach’s exclusive Continuum towers for $25 million.
Location: 3 INDIAN CREEK DR, Indian Creek, Florida, 33154, USA. Situated near Miami’s Biscayne Bay, the mansion grants truly a unique level of privacy and security, this 300-acre island includes just 32 luxury waterfront estate residences and a world-renowned private 18-hole golf course and Country Club.
South Florida’s most expensive property, the 3 Indian Creek Island estate was constructed across a series of limestone pavilions divided by water ways with koi ponds, in a ‘conceptual’ style by acclaimed architect Rene Gonzalez, who established himself as an architect of choice for Miami's urbane art lovers. Truly a contemporary masterpiece of art and architecture, this 3 Indian Creek resort home comes coupled with limestone walls and indoor reflecting pools.
This Indian Creek compound comprises of 14 full-size bathrooms and 10 bedrooms that boasts serene waterfront views.
Further, the residents and guests are treated to a 100-foot resort style pool underwater speaker, cabana, six wet-bars, a rooftop ‘sky bar’, a vertical garden, Jacuzzi, and TV lounge area capable of accommodating 7 limo-sized cars.
This lavish residence also includes a full spa pavilion and a state-of-the-art glass encased waterfront gym that graces the property.
Spacious living spaces come enclosed by wooden louvers and glass that floods the home with ample natural light.
Apart from this record sale, we have also seen some of the most expensive homes sold in the United States, besides the expensive listings which includes the Steven Klar’s penthouse for $100 million, and the most expensive Martha's Vineyard property for $92 Million.