A First Look at Temple HouseFebruary 5, 2015
Miami Beach Luxury Real Estate is world-renowned for its vast selection of unique and creative architectural styles. But even by this incredible standard, the newly listed Temple House, priced at $19.9 million, stands out in a lot of ways.
Centrally located on a double lot at 1415 Euclid Avenue, the two-story home was built in 1935 and display’s the city’s signature Art Deco style. At 13,111 square feet, it is considered the largest single-family home available in South Beach.
The former synagogue has long been considered an historical landmark, not only for its iconic design, but for the visionary behind it: L. Murray Dixon, responsible for other famous buildings such as The Tides, Tudor, and Ritz Plaza.
Moreover, Temple House has been at the epicenter of Miami Beach’s growing global profile and trendiness. It’s been the site of a music video for One Direction, held parties for celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lopez, and has been a popular venue for corporate events for major companies like Absolute Vodka, Microsoft, and Colgate.
Indeed, much of the home’s appeal comes not only from this rich heritage, but the opportunities that abound: in addition to being South Beach’s ultimate urban pad, it is licensed for use as a bed-and-breakfast and for events. This makes it ideal for all sorts of lifestyles and visions.
In addition to its sheer size and social status, Temple House offers 5 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, an elevator, two-car garage, 6,000-square-foot grate room with 25-foot high ceilings, a 2,900-square-foot sundeck with pool and waterfall, and a 2,500-squre-foot private catering space.
In short, Temple House epitomizes the vibrant and alluring nature of Miami Beach Homes. There is something for everyone in this world-class market. Let one of its leading experts show you what’s in store. Contact Matt Crane at 305.203.0000 or email@example.com.