No shortage of opulence in the infamous 'Miami Vice' house that just hit the market
Located just south of Miami Beach in Key Biscayne, Florida, this 35,355 square-foot paradise comes bearing palm trees, views and a little bit of Hollywood history.
In 2006, the home was featured in the cinematic adaptation of 'Miami Vice' and its quite clear why – with a plot that glorifies new money and South Floridian opulence, it only makes sense that the scenes are set in properties that do the same.
The 5-bedroom (including two side-by-side master suites), 7-bathroom mansion boasts its own theatre, gym, library and staff quarters.
Check out this unreal oceanfront property below:
But it's the outside that really sets this place apart as a true star in the Dade Country real estate world.
No matter where you are on the property, you'll find yourself enjoying panoramic views of the ocean, especially if you're standing at the edge of the peninsula that the home is built upon, including 480 feet of pure waterfront land.
Cook something up in the outdoor kitchen that's located next to several outdoor terraces and, of course, a massive resort-style pool and jacuzzi.
There's also a dock built on the property that can anchor a yacht of up to 100 feet, if that's enough space for you.
Unsurprisingly, the property comes at a price about as steep as the custom floor-to-ceiling mahogany windows that can be found around the house --the home is yours for $39M.
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