HOUSE OF THE DAY: At $47 Million, This Mansion Just Became The Most Expensive Home Ever Sold In Miami

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Photo: Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

A 30,000-square-foot mansion, located in Indian Creek Village in Miami, has officially sold for $47 million to an unnamed foreign buyer, the Wall Street Journal is reporting.The home, which was price-chopped from $60 million to $52 million, officially went under contract in June. But property records recently made public reveal the final sale price. The home was purchased through a U.S.-based LLC.

The house is packed with insane perks—an art vault, waterfall, koi ponds, wine room with fingerprint-scan security, a garage large enough for seven limos, and much more. The previous record for a home in Miami was $40 million, which hedge fund manager Eddie Lampert paid for a nearby home in March, according to the WSJ.

The exterior of the mansion has a sleek, modern look.

Mother of pearl, Austrian oak and rare marble are some of the materials found in the house.

This property is surrounded by other expensive houses, and a beach.

Those palm trees are tremendous.

This living room is spacious enough to fit seven limos in, too.

Lounge by a 100-ft. sparkling pool with your wealthy neighbours.

This den's ceiling and floors are both made with beautiful polished wood.

A minimalist bar area.

Sitting at the pool is the perfect way to watch the sunset.

Catch some rays on one of the mansion's many decks.

That's 30,000 square feet of luxury you're looking at right now — your own private resort.

A bird's eye view of paradise. You're nowhere near your neighbours.

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