Located on a quiet street, this Mediterranean-style Art Deco villa on the waterfront, designed in 1935 by Russell Pankust, awaits its next owner. This architecturally outstanding home begins at the entrance to the courtyard and includes a tropical garden, a patio, a renewed pool, a shuffleboard area, lush gardens, a terrace and a double garage.
The house has a spacious lobby with a wide staircase, three bedrooms with bathrooms on the ground floor, a large island kitchen, a dining room/living room, a family room with a built-in bar. The first floor offers three large bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms.
A wood burning fireplace, wood-beamed ceilings, wrought iron parts.
Location and nearby infrastructure
Miami Beach — world famous seaside resort in the United States. It is located on one of the many islands in the suburbs of Grand Miami, Florida. Miami Beach is often confused with Miami itself, however it is a separate municipality, separated from the “big Miami” by Biscayne Bay.
Miami Beach is popular primarily among wealthy people. This is one of the largest fashionable resorts in the world, and its appearance is shaped in accordance with the demands of a demanding public. As a result, the city has become a mandatory item in the programs of countless cruise itineraries.
Sandy beaches with white sand and warm aquamarine water stretched for 11 km, along which lined-up hotels and private residential houses lined up.