This Stunning Mansion With a Recording Studio and 6 Wet Bars Just Set a Record for Most Expensive Ever Sold in Miami
An extravagant mansion on Biscayne Bay is being called the most expensive single-family home ever sold in the Miami-Dade area — for the second time in the past decade.
The 10-bedroom, 14-bathroom mansion at 3 Indian Creek was sold in an off-market deal to an undisclosed buyer for $50 million on Feb. 5, according to a Douglas Elliman Real Estate press release. The modern mansion, which measures nearly 20,000 square feet, last sold for $47 million in 2012 — a record-setting price at the time.
So what does $50 million get you in Miami? The home comes with such luxuries as a recording studio, a 3D theater and a 100-foot swimming pool, according to Douglas Elliman. There's also a rooftop jacuzzi, a waterfront gym and not one, not two, but six wet bars. A beach area outside the home comes with "pink sand imported directly from the Bahamas," according to the press release.
At $50 million, the purchase is the most expensive single-family property sold in Miami — though it does fall short of the $60 million hedge fund founder Ken Griffin spent at Miami's Faena house in 2015. Those two units were never combined and are currently being sold separately.