Miami penthouse comes with $2 million worth of art



Just in time for Miami’s Art Basel, a palatial nest at the top of the Four Seasons Millennium Tower is on the market for $15.9 million, with $2 million worth of art included in the sale.

The penthouse, at 1425 Brickell Ave., is on the building’s 67th floor and boasts sparkling water and city views.

At 8,800 square feet, it features six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, and is set up like a gallery, with a steel and glass vault entry, a cascading chandelier, curved wall art and swinging sculptures.

There’s also a 700-bottle, glass-walled wine room.

Designed by architecture firm ODP in collaboration with Shorecrest Construction, the home also boasts custom marble floors and four terraces.

A bedroom in the penthouse.
One of six bedrooms inside the painting-padded penthouse.
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A wine-bottled artwork.
Plenty of drinkable masterpieces inside the glass-walled wine room.
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Interior of the home's kitchen area.
The 8,800-square-foot Brickell Avenue home has a handsome eat-in kitchen.
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Artwork inside the home.
An art collection worth $2 million is included in the home’s nearly $16 million price tag.

Artwork inside the home.
It’s hard to decide which to focus on: the views or the paintings?

Artwork inside the home.
The penthouse’s living area is a veritable art gallery.

Interior of one of the penthouse's bathrooms.
Not even in the bathroom can you hide from Miami’s gorgeous water and city vistas.
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The main bedroom is a fashionista’s dream, with a large en-suite bathroom and a walk-in closet that “rivals the boutiques of Chanel, Versace and Fendi,” according to the listing from Elena Bluntzer and Jonathan Garcia of One Sotheby’s International Realty.


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