Arriving at the home, there’s a garage to the right, while your eye is drawn to the front door by the lit up entryway. Stone steps leading to the wood front door travel over a Koi pond.
At the rear of the home, the interior spaces open up to the a swimming pool.
At the end of the swimming pool there’s a covered outdoor entertaining area with a sunken lounge, an outdoor kitchen, a second covered lounge and a dining space.
Inside the main floor of the home, the kitchen and a small sitting area are located to the left, while the living room is to the right
The kitchen is a combination of light wood cabinets and a marble backsplash, countertop and island. Three simple pendant lights hang above the island, that’s large enough to seat five.
In the living room, the sliding glass doors can be opened completely, so that the living room has an uninterrupted view of downtown Miami.
Here’s a glimpse of the dining room that has sculptural glass pendant lights hanging above.
The home also has a casual living room with a large comfortable couch. Beside the living room is a bar, with a mirrored wall and sculptural wood pendant lights.
Light wood stairs with glass railings lead to the upper floor of the home.
Upstairs, the master bedroom with a small sitting area and work area, opens up to a private balcony.
The master bath has a dual sink vanity, a shower with a floor-to-ceiling glass surround, and a white freestanding bathtub with views of the palm trees through the large windows.
Here’s a look at one of the other bedrooms that can be found in the home. This bedroom has a wall full of wood cabinetry with contrasting black hardware, and it also opens up to a balcony.
In this bathroom, there’s hidden lighting in the ceiling that creates a warm glow on the wood wall and floor.
Get the contemporist daily email newsletter – sign up here