Unique Hibiscus Island Home Returns to the Market
A home in Hibiscus Island has recently returned to the market. The 24 South Hibiscus Drive home is a six bedroom, eight bathroom property that originally went up for sale two years ago for $22.5 million but is now listed for $17.9 million. Arguably the most distinctive home on the island, it has over 12,000 square feet and is more along the lines of a compound than a traditional home or mansion.
Buyers interested in 24 South Hibiscus Drive will find several hundred of feet sailcloth coming down from the home’s rooftop. A spiral stairwell will take the homeowner and guests to the pool from one of the terraces located upstairs. Speaking of the pools, they are tiered and provide one of the most distinctive features. There is also a guesthouse, a rooftop entertaining area, a cabana, and a boat house. One of the more unusual features are the deer antler wrapped chairs. The kitchen and dining bar are open and there are also beamed ceilings.
Hibiscus Island is located next door to Palm Island and is guard gated. The neighborhood officially belongs to Miami Beach but is mostly equidistant from both Miami Beach and the city of Miami to the west.
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