70 Palm is in one of the most coveted addresses in exclusive Palm Island. This 19,970 square foot home situated on a 30,000 square foot lot with 100 linear feet of waterfront is one of the largest residences on the market in Miami Beach. Built in 2004, the property underwent a multi-million-dollar renovation in 2011 that included combining three bedrooms into a 3,500 square foot Master Suite. In total, the residence includes 7 beds, 9 baths, 4 half baths and two private guest suites.
Other property highlights include:
- A beach volley-ball court
- Stunning pool
- Summer kitchen equipped with a pizza oven
- Two separate garages for up to six cars
- Two wine cellars
- Movie theater
- Chef’s kitchen
- Most importantly are the unparalleled views of Miami Beach, Downtown and surrounding areas
Palm Island is a neighborhood in the city of Miami Beach on an 82 acres man-made island just south of Hibiscus Island that features some of the most exclusive and finest homes in Miami.
It is centrally located just minutes away from the best spots you could find in the city of Miami:
Ocean Drive – one of the most famous streets in the world, this colorful South Beach hot spot is lined with famous Art Deco architecture, restaurants, coffee shops, bars and retail stores. It also runs parallel to the sandy coastline.
Lincoln Road – an outdoor walking mall in the heart of Miami Beach featuring restaurants from all culinary cultures, nightclubs, charming movie theaters, performing arts centers and so much more.
Wynwood and the Design District – an industrial zone turned into an exquisitely appealing art district offers Art Deco weekends, Art Walks and the globally recognized Art Basel which draws art aficionados and collectors from near and far. You can find over 130 art galleries, showrooms, creative services, architecture firms, high-end retail stores, antique dealers, restaurants and coffee shops can be found within the district as well as many flagship luxury stores including Hermès, Tom Ford, Louis Vuitton, Christian Louboutin, Prada, Celine and more that are located in the Design District.