Classic 1930s Florida Mediterranean Asks $13M

A 6,300-square-foot home just popped on the market for $12.9 million, and boasts 135 feet of water frontage, reports the Wall Street Journal.

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A 6,300-square-foot home just popped on the market for $12.9 million, and boasts 135 feet of water frontage, reports the Wall Street Journal.
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The brick and Spanish tile home, purchased in 2001 for $2.1 million, was built in the 1930s and designed by noted architect Maurice Fatio.
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The home, called Villa Elena, is said to be the most beautiful Mediterranean waterfront home on Miami Beach, according to the listing.
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A look at the serene pool and spa area.
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The living room features some Chinese design accents.
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A dining nook has access to the back patio via French doors.
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The kitchen, along with much of the home, went through a major renovation in 2006.
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This pool table, in the billiards room was once owned by Sylvester Stallone. Furnishings are not included in the sale.
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The home, measuring 6,300 square feet, includes six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms.
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One of the bathrooms has doors leading out to the property.
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There is a space to dock a large boat on the property, and 135 feet of water frontage.
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There's a wood-paneled library, which includes the original pine panels from the 1930s.
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A covered patio looks out to the pool and spa.
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