New York’s powerhouse real estate agent Ryan Serhant is expanding into South Florida, with his first listing priced at US$100 million.
If the Million Dollar Listing star is able to achieve the asking price, the mansion would set a record for single-family home sales in Miami-Dade County and would be the perfect way to launch his Florida office.
“We have bold expansion plans for SERHANT across South Florida and are excited to be making our grand entrance into the market with one of Miami’s most-coveted trophy properties,” Mr Serhant told The Post.
“355 Ocean … is a truly unique mega-estate offering one of the largest oceanfront lots in all of Miami and we’re proud to have our Signature division representing this nine-figure listing.”
The Golden Beach property sits directly on the sand with 76m of ocean frontage and includes nine bedrooms and 13 bathrooms with 2400sq m of living space all on 1.5 acres of prime beachfront land.
Inside the spectacular mansion, there’s a home theatre, bowling alley, spa, gym, wine cellar and pool, according to the official listing.
Naturally, five bedrooms face the ocean, along with all key living areas to enjoy the sea breeze.
On the market for the first time in nearly 40 years, this one-of-one trophy home exudes Palm Beach elegance amidst Golden Beach’s prized amenities such as a private beach, tennis courts, clubhouse, and its own police force.
The mansion was previously owned by Edith Newman, who lived there with her late husband, Joel Newman founder of Craig Electronics.
The Newmans paid $1.5 million for the 1.5-acre property in 1985 which was completed a decade later.