A waterfront house on the elite Indian Creek Island sold for $49.9 million, establishing another precedent for single-family home deals in Miami. Property records show AVK Land Holding LLC, oversaw by Russian lawyer Andrey M. Kaydin, sold the 10-room, 14-restroom home at 3 Indian Creek Island Road to Angouleme Holdings II Limited Land Trust, which could be a similar trust as one oversaw by Qatari representative Abdulhadi Mana Al-Hajri.
The about $50 million arrangement breaks a past record for single-family home deals in Miami-Dade County, held by a similar property when it sold in 2012 for $47 million. The most costly private deal is as yet the $60 million closeout of two units at Faena House, which extremely rich person fence funder Ken Griffin obtained in 2015 and is presently hoping to sell.
The Indian Creek home highlights a 3D theater, recording studio, vertical nursery and indoor reflecting pools, housetop bar and Jacuzzi, a 100-foot pool and cabana, six wet bars and an outside sea shore zone with pink sand imported from the Bahamas, as indicated by a discharge from Douglas Elliman. The manor has about 23,000 square feet of indoor space, and different patios that bring the genuine area up to 30,000 square feet. It was based on a 80,000-square-foot parcel in 2011.
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