Chad Oppenheim’s newest single-family creation—a magnificent two-story abode spanning 7,500 square feet in Miami, Florida—has just hit the market for $5.9 million.
Situated along the Atlantic, the stunning home features six en-suite bedrooms, eight full baths and two half-baths, and a guest wing, along with two powder rooms and separate staff quarters.
The main level is dedicated to a formal dining room, bar, and lounge with 180-degree views of the garden; an open-plan entertainment space; reading den; movie lounge; formal living room; media room; and play area, plus a private office with an en-suite bath.
Exclusive marketed by Douglas Elliman’s Alexander Team, Bora Bora encourages seamless indoor-outdoor living; outside rests an outdoor kitchen deck, an ocean-view sun terrace, and a lap pool and hot tub, all surrounded by lush flora. A tropical garden with water flowing through the residence creates a tranquil atmosphere inside and out. A staircase suspended over the gentle stream leads to the second floor, which showcases the master suite—complete with a balcony overlooking the pool—plus an exercise area with a meditation terrace, and several guest rooms.
Constructed out of concrete, the vine-adorned “smart” residence boasts an exterior facade finished in smooth white stucco, with details including impact-resistant windows, storm shutters, stacked stonewall, wooden slats, and oolite stone.
“The design of the house was inspired by the architecture that sits on water in Bora Bora and the way the water goes around these pavilions and into the house,” said Jacob Abramson, director of operations at Miami Golden, LLC, the project’s developer. “There are multiple levels of outdoor space connecting to the luscious landscape. It’s a tropical experience, like a private resort in the elegant community of Golden Beach, which has become the neighborhood of choice for people seeking a peaceful oasis within easy reach of Miami’s urban lifestyle.”
Bora Bora is sited in the elegant enclave of Golden Beach, home to a smattering of A-listers including Tommy Hilfiger, Eric Clapton, Bill Gates, Paul Newman, and Ricky Martin.