$14.4 million for a Milton mansion with a car collection worthy of Miami Vice
Surreal Estate: $14.4 Million Milton Mansion With Car Collection Worth It Miami Vice
What castle in the field would be complete without a “Hotline Bling” dance floor, 11 bathrooms, a cigar lounge and a racetrack-like arcade?
location: Miltonwith the first line and the lower base line west
measuring: 19,800 square feet, in addition to a car workshop of 10,000 square feet and a car salon of 6,000 square feet.
bed room: 4+2
Real estate Factor: Mike Dunya,Re/Max
Six-bedroom, 11-bathroom mansion in rural Milton. It sits on three acres of land and comes with a truss head paradise connected to the main house via tunnels. The place also has an indoor pool and greenhouse as well as a porcelain and marble quarry.
The current owners (a family of four) purchased this property in 2017 for $1.53 million when it only had a four-bedroom bungalow. They lived here for two years while waiting for permits to build their house Miami Vice-Style complex. Construction was completed last spring. They are now selling the house because new work commitments have taken them out of town.
Related: The historic Horseman Hall in Rosedale, along with its 1,900-square-foot coach house, is on the market for $11.8 million.
The park-sized front garden and circular driveway set the house back from the road.
This is a 90-foot artificial stone waterfall next to the front door.
The door itself was imported from Spain and has a pivot hinge and fingerprint insert.
Just inside is the foyer, with a glass elevator connecting the three floors.
Here the ceilings are 30 feet high.
The floors are made of large white porcelain. That glass panel on the left is actually a display that the owners used to show off their motorcycle.
This corner showcases the floating staircase. Its risers have LEDs that are activated by sensors, so with every step, the tray lights up like a keyboard big.
To the right of the entrance is the study, which has sash windows and an electric fireplace. Most of the furniture offered is included in the sale of the home.
The view from the office overlooks the cigar lounge as well as the family room.
Here’s that cigar room. It has a split air system for ventilation, a wine refrigerator, a dishwasher and another electric fireplace.
Now the family room there is access to the pool, a luminous ceiling, underfloor heating and built-in wardrobes that blend into the background.
This is one of two dressing rooms on the first floor.
Down the hall is the kitchen and dining area, which looks too clean to cook food in. It comes with a 20-foot marble island and Gaggenau appliances, including two wall ovens, a built-in refrigerator and a built-in espresso machine.
The dining area overlooks the car salon (we will talk about that later).
Behind the main kitchen is a prep kitchen with Thermador appliances. And in a separate room, there’s an indoor commercial grilling station with oversized grills and a hooded fan.
Moving upstairs reveals the second floor landing, which leads to four bedrooms, each with its own en-suite bathroom, walk-in wardrobe and balcony.
This is the master bedroom, with a lighted wall attached to the bed frame.
The master bathroom is a symmetrical wonder. His bathtub is located next to another fireplace.
Opposite the bathtub is the real show: a double-glazed walk-in shower with a bull’s head design set into the marble wall.
This is the main closet.
The suite opens out onto the terrace, which includes a hot tub.
Here is one of the secondary bedrooms.
The en suite bathroom has two sinks and checkered accents.
There is also a laundry room on the second floor.
And what grand mansion would be complete without a gym big enough to host a football team? It has wall-to-wall windows, cushioned floors, and mirrors everywhere. This space can also be converted into two bedrooms, featuring rough fittings to the en-suite bathrooms.
Residents can use the three-story glass staircase.
The owners designed the basement for entertaining, and that can only mean one thing: a “Hotline Bling” dance floor, stage lighting and a nightclub.
Directly behind the stage is a full bar with an ice machine, refrigerator, sink and dishwasher.
Yes, there is a toilet room here too.
A theater with capacity for eight seats.
The first bedroom downstairs is currently a blank slate.
While the second bedroom is equipped as a games room.
This is one of the tunnels leading into the auto salon – 12-foot ceilings, LED wall lighting, and terrazzo floors.
On the ground floor: a gallery of old cars.
The top floor might also be a showroom at an automobile convention.
Here’s another view of the salon, for good measure.
Car enthusiasts can continue the adventure in the workshop.
Outside, even the patio has a fireplace.
The backyard is an eclectic mix of architectural styles united by a common color palette and a love of hard edges.
The pool actually appears to be in the downstairs bar. The wall above it? 30 feet waterfall.
Meanwhile, the second-floor gym hovers above the car park like Willalsop’s own floating tabletop UCAD U.
Finally, here’s a bird’s eye view of the property, with the main house in the foreground, the greenhouse in the distance, and the go-kart lane winding throughout.
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