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Whether you want to upgrade to a bigger home on Key
Biscayne, experience living on the island for the first
time or find a second or third home somewhere else, these
properties may be just what you’ve been looking for.
3883 Coconut Grove
$1,895,000 5 bedrooms, 5 baths
305-361-2233 What do the Grand Duke of Russia, the Maharajah de Kapurthala, and the
Duke and Duchess of Windsor have in common? Their luggage, actually.
French trunk-makers Goyard have been known for over a century for their
gorgeously crafted hard-sided trunks and small accessories, each of which
is covered in Goyard’s signature hand-painted Chevron canvas and accented
with chrome-plated or gold finishes. With only 15 retail locations worldwide,
they’re hardly an easy find. But trust us — it’s worth it; Goyard San Francisco;
Ocean Tower I #1002
$4,195,000 4 bedrooms / 5.5 baths
305.542.5156 605 Hampton Lane
COMPAC are known
for their near-perfect
now they come in a
stunning new shade.
Part of COMPAC’s
Line, Pierre Blue is a
decadently rich, marble-
look surface perfect for those who love natural stone but want the durability
and impact-resistance of a modern surface. It’s antibacterial and hygienic,
just like all COMPAC’s Quartz surfaces, making it a perfect choice for luxury
kitchens and bathrooms; COMPAC.us.
$2,500,000 7 Bedrooms + 5.5 baths
Elevated Corner Home
305.710.6620 Key Colony II #160
$2,875,000 4 bedrooms, 4 baths
Beachfront Doug Kinsley
305.361.3440 Wet Luck
“After 7 years of marriage,
I’m sure of 2 things: First,
never wallpaper together,
and second, you’ll need 2
bathrooms…both for her.”
— Dennis Miller
36 Mirror Reflection
Feng Shui practitioners believe
that placing a fountain or some
other source of running water
near the entrance to your home
helps promote the flow of cash
into your life. Bring on the flow!
Mirrors are an excellent way to
expand space and add light to a room.
To make sure they complement your
décor, pick frames that match or
attractively contrast with the existing
furnishings around your home.
The world’s tiniest house is located
outside San Francisco. At only
96 sq. ft., it’s smaller than some
closets, yet includes a kitchen,
bathrooom, desk, fireplace and
even a cozy loft-style bedroom.