‘Hammock House’ Breaks Multiple Records in Miami’s Coconut Grove Neighborhood

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“Hammock House,” a modern mansion in Miami’s Coconut Grove neighborhood, recently sold for $5,082,000, breaking two records for the sough-after community, according to press materials.

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Sited on nearly 20,000 square feet within a lush tropical hammock, the 6,212-square-foot residence is the first ever non-waterfront home in Coconut Grove to sell over $5 million, as well as the highest-priced-per-square-foot ($818 per square foot) non-waterfront home to sell.

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Designed by architect Shulman + Associates and built in 2014, Hammock House, with six bedrooms and seven-and-a-half bathrooms, is equipped with the latest Control 4 automation system, Lutron lightning, video security, a custom-designed Boffi kitchen, and Boffi bathrooms.

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Open living spaces seamlessly flow through glass walls to the outdoor area, featuring a 538-square-foot guest house, a heated salt water pool, a Jacuzzi, and an outdoor kitchen.

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The listing at 3503 Banyan Circle was held by Michael Light, founder and owner of the Miami Luxury Homes Group at Douglas Elliman Real Estate, along with Rafael Montejo of Douglas Elliman.

Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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