Miami, Jul 20 (EFE) .- Real estate developer Jorge Pérez, named after one of Miami’s leading art museums, has put his oceanfront mansion up for sale for $ 33 million in the exclusive Coconut Grove neighborhood .
The luxurious 8,332-square-foot (775-square-meter) Villa Cristina mansion located in Hughes Cove and nestled on a 40,222-square-foot (3,736-square-meter) property, features 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, gym, library, gourmet kitchen, and parking for two vehicles.
Built in 1996, the private entrance to the house is surrounded by trees “that hide a sculpture garden and grounds that will take your breath away,” real estate company The Jill Zeder Group says on its website.
The façade of the mansion with a staircase and three floors, large windows and stone and wooden floors is of Venetian design, “palazzo” style and the property offers views of the sea with a swimming pool and private cove with jetty and a “magical path” to the Outdoors leading to a private spa and salon.
Cuban-American Jorge Pérez is one of the main real estate developers in South Florida through his company The Related Group, in addition to being known for his important art collection, a large part donated to the museum that bears his surname and to other institutions .
In 2016, the businessman donated more than 170 pieces to the Pérez Art Museum in Miami (PAMM), including canvases, drawings, photographs, installations and sculptures, which were part of his private collection.