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This 30,000-square-foot whopper of a mansion, located on Indian Creek Drive in Miami, is “ultra luxury living for the new decade,” according to its listing on Prudential Douglas Elliman’s website.And after being price-chopped from $60 million to $52 million, it’s officially under contract, according to the New York Times.
The unnamed buyer is foreign and we’re not surprised, given the influx of foreign buyers into the U.S. luxury housing market, especially in South Florida.
The final selling price was not disclosed.
The house is packed with insane perks— n art vault, waterfall, koi ponds, wine room with fingerprint-scan security, a garage large enough for seven limos, and much more. If the new owner gets tired of exploring all the rooms in the house, there are 10 bedrooms to choose from.
The Wall Street Journal even wrote a feature on it and other pricey mansions in 2011, the year the property went on the market.
The WSJ reported that one high-profile name — Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez — toured the mansion and convinced the mansion’s developers, Shlomi Alexander and Felix Cohen, to set the asking price at $60 million in 2011.
Obviously, Rodriguez did not end up purchasing the mansion, but another unknown buyer with some cash to throw around finally did.
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