Design & Real Estate

Dream Isle

This home featuring tropical modern design with East & West views is built on a unique 38,000-sq.-ft. peninsula with 480 feet of waterfront on Mashta Island in Key Biscayne. It is designed by award-winning Florida architect Charles Harrison Pawley.
Text by Yoshi Sanz | Photos courtesy of Miami Waterfront | April 18, 2018 | Design & Real Estate
The residence was featured in the 2006 remake of Miami Vice with famous Chinese actress Gong Li. Greeting you at the entrance of the house is a large water feature with the most beautiful koi fishes! It also showcases a saturnia stone façade, mahogany wood doors and marble floors. The entire home is extremely bright with high ceilings throughout. The main staircase leads you to master bedroom with additional 3 bedrooms en suite.
Orange chairs pop in the dining room, which features marble flooring and a coffered ceiling.
The residence offers a reception area with stunning water views, floor-to-ceiling glass and mahogany wood doors opening to a one-of-a-kind lap pool area and endless water views over Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park.
An oversized guest bedroom on the first floor en suite provides direct access to the pool area, garden and dock.
A vaulted ceiling is the focal point of the family room, which also includes a wet bar with an adjacent kitchen featuring graphic wood ceiling details.
A view of the home theatre, perfect for entertaining and watching movies, sports and your favorite shows with family and friends.
The master suite has his-and-hers walk-in closets and breathtaking water views of Pines Canal and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park.
Lavish marble finishes are found throughout the large master bathroom suite. A private terrace, his-and-hers sink, shower and bathtub round out the luxurious surrounds.
A summer kitchen offers everything you need to host the best dinners al fresco. Views of Pines Canal and protected Smuggler’s Cove complement the experience.
The oversized pool and summer kitchen overlook Pines Canal and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, home of the Key Biscayne lighthouse constructed in 1825 to guide sailors off the Florida Reef. From the pool area, you also have direct access the garden and dockage area.