One of Miami’s most prolific housing developers, billionaire Jorge Perez, listed his private home in Florida’s exclusive Coconut Grove community for $ 33 million. Perez is the CEO of Related Group, a real estate development company he founded in 1979, which reportedly oversaw the development of at least 80,000 condominiums, most of which are in the Miami area – which led to Perez being nicknamed the “King of Condos.” “received from Miami. The Related Group has offices in about half a dozen countries around the world.
Perez bought the nearly one-acre lot in 1994 for $ 1.45 million to build this 10,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style villa. With only about 10 houses in the residential complex, “Villa Cristina” is a three-story property with six beds and 7 bathrooms with “views from every room,” according to the listing description.
“The house is inviting and ideal for entertaining guests with its extensive gardens, breathtaking views of the water, private bay and all the luxury outdoors,” said realtor Jill Hertzberg. “The property is also good for boat lovers as it has no bridge access to Biscayne Bay.” Hertzberg jointly listed the property with Jill Eber, both of The Jills Zeder Group, which is affiliated with Coldwell Banker.
The property includes 482 feet of waterfront and a private cove with a dock. Outside, the landscaped garden includes a sculpture garden, a spa, a private lounge and an infinity pool.
Inside there is a wood-paneled library, an art gallery that doubles as an entertainment room, several bedrooms with their own balconies and a spacious living room with a fireplace.
The ceilings in the dining room can accommodate hanging sculptures.
View of the bay from one of the bedrooms.
The nearly one acre property offers seclusion and privacy, yet still offers plenty of outdoor space.
The house also has staff accommodation, a fitness room, an elevator and a home office. Further information can be found on the listing page of the Jills Zeder Group.