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Shiny New Miami Mansion Under A Canopy Of Oak Trees

Shiny New Miami Mansion Under A Canopy Of Oak Trees


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A newly built luxury mansion with an interior of 7,916 square feet resides at 4700 Sw 74th St, Miami, Florida. Fresh on the market at $5,900,000, the shiny new home is situated on a 34,408 sq ft lot beneath a canopy of oak trees, in the exclusive Ponce-Davis gated estate. Built by Norway Builders and architects ODonnell Dannwolf Partners, it boasts 5 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, luxe living areas and multi-use spaces that could find purpose as a home office, media room, extra bedrooms or maid’s quarters. Vertical gardens have been included within the landscaping to further enhance spacious green surroundings. You will also find an infinity pool here, a cabana and an outdoor kitchen.

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The sophisticated modern Miami mansion also includes walk-in closets, a fitness room, 3-car garage, natural stone and wood flooring, central vac, high-tech sound and security throughout. Glass walls provide wraparound stunning views over the landscaped gardens with established oak trees, with the shimmering infinity pool and sun patio.

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By night, the outdoor areas are well lit and alive, making this a great place for entertaining guests too.

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A stone path is set flush into the lawns around the mansion, providing pleasant modern walkways.

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An impressive vertical garden extends to almost the full height of the two-story home, dramatically framed in solid white concrete. The towering vertical planting visually links the lush green lawn with the green spray of tree foliage.

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The contemporary architecture of the home is linear and sharp edged in a minimalist fashion. The volumes of the home stand as flat topped glass boxes or glass display cases – showing all that is inside.

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The airy dual height living room is open to a mezzanine level. Natural stone walls and wood cladding to an upper suspended volume warm up the look of the white decor scheme. A natural area rug creates a centre point around which to anchor all of the lounge furniture. The wooden nesting coffee tables at the centre of the furniture arrangement are the Live Edge type..

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Dual height windows give the open living room a view of the garden all the way from roots to treetops. The floor level windows are actually retractable doors which open up onto a sun patio with outdoor sitting areas.

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An outdoor wooden volume on the opposite wing of the house matches the wood clad interior volume that hangs above the living room. A neat bar area resides behind the lounge sofa, in front of a line of storage cabinets and bespoke shelving.

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The open staircase design has floating wooden treads and a transparent glass balustrade.

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A Live Edge dining table has been matched with six low-backed taupe modern dining chairs. The natural colour and material of the dining ensemble works in harmony with the lush green garden view through surrounding windows. Tree themed artwork bridges the break in the view.

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A SieMatic eat-in island kitchen has been fitted with top of the line appliances. Smooth woodtone slides up against gloss white kitchen cabinets to make refreshing contrast.

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End-to-end and floor-to-ceiling white units cover one entire wall of the kitchen. A couple of swivel bar stools at each end of the kitchen island form two different dining spots. Spotlights are recessed into dropped ceiling panels over the kitchen arrangement.

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An upholstered platform bed looks out over another spectacular garden view from the master bedroom. The bed and two small side tables with bedside table lamps are set against a half height partially dividing wall. A bedroom sitting area resides behind the divide with its own garden aspect; wood flooring links the two areas as one.

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One of the bathrooms enjoys garden views of the private plot, with huge glass panes encircling a freestanding bathtub and double vanity unit.

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This smaller shower room design is a more private affair. We can just make out the reflection of a highly situated letterbox window. Other fixtures provide illumination in lieu of natural light in this space, like the illuminated mirror over the small wall hung vanity unit. You can get a similar backlit wall mirror on Amazon..

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The mezzanine landing has a glass balustrade so that the green views from outside and the fresh white ground floor scheme can carry straight on through. The landing leads around to a multi-use space that appears to hang as an individual box, suspended over the living room below.

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Inside the ‘box’ room we find glorious dual aspect windows, framed in wood planking. The room is accessed via an interior glass door.

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Another room offers a snug space, which is currently home to some seating and side tables. You can get a similar styled floor lamp here.

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A glass hallway ventures through flourishing foliage at either side.

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Stepping out through glass doors, we cross a small bridge that leads to a set of modern outdoor chairs.

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The sweeping sun deck can be accessed from each of the downstairs rooms via their own set of patio doors.

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The backyard is mesmerizing! You could lay out on those outdoor lounge chairs all day and night.

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The infinity pool can be enjoyed after nightfall too thanks to an outdoor lighting scheme.

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An outdoor kitchen provides further opportunity to spend time out enjoying nature and the beauty of the landscaped oak tree gardens.

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Here are a few more renders and plans developed prior to the construction by the architect.

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