Furnished by Fendi Casa, this wowing, two-story penthouse contains more than 15,000 square feet of living space, six bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, an indoor/outdoor theater, an outdoor dining area, a family room, a wine room, a billiard room, a grand salon with an indoor pool, a skygarden, 30-foot ceilings with a waterfall, a cantilever glass pool, grand stairs and two fireplaces.
So basically, you can buy this now, never leave the premises, and still die happy.
Even the private outdoor terrace is larger than many single-family homes with about 5,000 square feet to boast, which, in a weird way, kind of makes us feel empty inside.
Part of the world-renowned Acqualina Resort and Spa, the lavishly appointed residence “couples astonishing amenities with world-class service to provide a level of opulence that simply redefines the meaning of luxury,” states an official release for the property. It’s so luxurious that we common folk probably couldn’t afford to step inside for just two minutes.
Described by the agent as a “mansion-in-the-sky,” the penthouse (located at 17749 Collings Ave., Sunny Isles Beach, Fla.) is billed as one of the world’s finest residences with a pristine, private white-sand beach and enviable sea views.
If you want to continue regretting a majority of your life decisions, know that this multi-million dollar property uses only the most luxurious materials inside and out, from hardwood floors, vein-cut travetine marble, rare Havana onyx with Kozmus slate floors and molten glass mosaic walls. Outside, the development offers lush landscaping, oceanfront dining, poolside cabanas and lounges, a children’s center and a state-of-the-art fitness center and Hammam Spa.
Maybe we’ll rename Great Spaces to “Unbelievable Spaces” next month.