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Newly Built Miami Beach Estate Headed to the Market for $21 Million

A newly constructed Miami Beach estate designed by renowned Italian architect Achille Salvagni is being listed today for $21 million. Mr. Salvagni creates custom furnishings and interiors for luxury properties and yachts and the house “is his masterpiece,” said listing agent Oren Alexander of Douglas Elliman. Set on roughly a third of an acre that includes 111 waterfront feet of Miami Beach’s exclusive Surprise Lake, the property features a 90-foot infinity pool at the water’s edge, a private boat dock, patios and covered balconies. The two-level, 7,951-square-foot home, which features six full bathrooms, one half bathroom and seven bedroom suites, has several iconic interior sculptural elements, including a statement bronze staircase and curvilinear walls. Large windows visually connect the two floors and merge the indoor and outdoor spaces. A grand entry gallery leads to a double-height living room and a dining room, which is off the professional chef’s kitchen that features sculptural custom cabinetry adorned with 24-karat gold-leaf detailing.

Historic London Mansion Unveiled as Boutique Development

After an extensive five-year makeover, a London mansion that’s been home to a veritable who’s who of London’s well-to-do has been transformed into a boutique apartment building with prices starting at £1.25 million (US$1.74 million). Formerly home to the likes of Lord Arthur Hobhouse, a High Court judge; Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s solicitor; and Oswald Vaughan Lloyd-Davies, a surgeon whose clients included members of the royal family, the Marylebone property’s six apartments hit the market Tuesday with listing agencies Aston Chase and Beauchamp Estates. More: London Luxury Housing Made a Surprising Resurgence in February The units comprise a four-bedroom duplex designed around a central courtyard garden; an “ultimate bachelor pad,” with high ceilings, a balcony and a terrace; a pair of two-bedroom apartments; a three-bedroom spread; and a one bedroom home, according to a news release from the London-based brokerages. The Georgian-era house, now six units, was home to a laundry list of London’s well-to-do

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