American screenwriter Tennessee Williams once called Coconut Grove home and his former property is officially for sale.
The beautiful waterfront home is situated just a mile and a half away from the lively CocoWalk and Coconut Grove downtown core. The 5 bedroom and 6 bathroom home sits 17 feet above the water, with a beautiful indoor-outdoor vibe, truly emulating the Miami lifestyle.
The home's rare design allows for Biscayne Bay views from almost every room in the house. Designed by renowned architect Michael Simonhoff, built in 1990, the home explores touches of modern Frank Lloyd Wright throughout the balconies, terraces and patios.
The lot spans over 16,000 square feet, with ample room both indoors and outdoors, where the interior of the home is nearly 6,000 square feet.
The unique design of the home includes a double-height living room, custom stained glass waterbirds on the windows and a beautiful meditation garden, bringing a variety of materials into the interior design of the space.
The kitchen is most definitely a stand-out attribute of the home with blue countertops and a large blue island, adding a pop of color and light into the space.
One unique feature of the home includes their use of less air conditioning, capturing the southeast winds and breezes, while also tapping into the outside environment.
The most remarkable feature of this home is the expansive outdoor space both on balconies and in the backyard. With an elevated pool, views of Biscayne Bay are perfect from dawn until dusk. With several patios specifically designed for entertaining, there is no doubt residents will be spending ample time outdoors. The home is also equipped for a boat, with a sustainably designed dock across the large water frontage.
The home is located at 3500 N Bay Homes Dr. and is currently listed for $30 Million. Al Arostegui with One Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing. For more information, the official listing can be found at onesothebysrealty.com.