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Compass Real Estate Smart Move Prime Properties 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 elsewhere, these properties may be just what you’ve been looking for. 910 Harbor Drive $6,995,000 5 Bedrooms + 4 baths Wide Open Bay Views Joan McCaughan 305.775.8230 When you’re trying to sell your home in a tough market, pinching pennies can end up costing you thousands. Hiring a professional home stager can mean the difference between getting the price you want and being forced to discount. Staging turns your home into a canvas meant to appeal to the imaginations of buyers, and you’d be surprised to find out which of your favorite features should actually be hidden in the attic for showings; IAHSP.com. Key Biscayne $1,700 Rent 2 Bedrooms + 2 baths One block from Beach Fernando Echeverri 305.458.6101 Club Tower One PH1 Gleaming Finish Want to make sure your hardwood floors are looking their finest without crawling around on your hands and knees all day? Check out the Mint Automatic Floor Cleaner from Evolution Robotics. Simple and effective, Mint uses Northstar Navigation Cubes to keep track of where it has cleaned and what still needs some love. It’s essentially a Swiffer with a small but useful brain; $249.99, Evolution.com. $3,950,000 3 Bedrooms, 5 Baths Huge Rooftop Terrace Lorraine Neumann 305.322.8108 Ocean Club $2,250,000 3 Bedrooms + 4 Baths Bi-level Terraces EWM 305.775.6628 NYC Solar “Architecture has recorded the great ideas of the human race. Not only every religious symbol, but every human thought has its page in that vast book.” — Victor Hugo 24 Paper House Matter of Taste Go ahead and read some significance into this one: Twice a year, the sunset aligns perfectly with every cross-street in Manhattan, making for a killer photo op. We’re calling it Mahattanhenge. Elis F. Stenman must have loved to read, because when he built his Rockport, MA, home in 1922, he constructed it entirely out of newspaper, right down to the chairs, tables and bookshelves. Watch out for the Big Bad Wolf! When house shopping, make sure not to get distracted by tacky décor, or colors that you don’t particularly like. It’s easy to overlook the real qualities of a space when the walls are covered in flamingo- colored sand-dollar wallpaper.