Forbes has learned that 3 Indian Creek Island Road closed Tuesday, Aug. 7, for a record $47 million. It is now the most expensive home sale in the history of Miami-Dade County, eclipsing hedge fund billionaire Eddie Lampert’s nearby $38.4 million Indian Creek Island purchase earlier this year.
3 Indian Creek occupies two acres, including a private beach comprised of imported Bahamian pink sand. The 10-bedroom, 14-bath compound boasts 30,000 square feet of living space constructed to feel like “a contemporary resort,” according to co-listing agent Oren Alexander, in a Forbes interview last year. Alexander’s father, Shlomi Alexander of Bal Bay Development, is the developer-seller of the property.
Other amenities include a 100-foot infinity-edge pool with underwater speakers, an outdoor dining room with built-in barbecue, a rooftop “sky bar” with jacuzzi, a vertical garden, and a “show room” with wet bar and TV lounge area capable of storing seven limo-sized cars.
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