A Miami Beach estate with a movie theater, a beauty salon and a white sand volleyball court is coming on the market for $29.5 million.
The 19,530-square-foot Italianate house, known as Villa Sole, also has 12 bedrooms and 14 full bathrooms, a spa, an infinity pool, a golf putting green, a boat dock, a lighted tennis court and a basketball court. The sand for the volleyball court was flown in, said owner
adding that his late wife used to enjoy thrice weekly blowouts in the salon. He said his three children, aged 22, 21 and 17, typically use the theater, which has its own ticketing window, to play the videogame “Call of Duty” on their Xbox.
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A cosmetics and over-the-counter drug executive, Mr. Meyerson, 59, said he designed the home in such a way that he and his three children could jump off the second floor balcony into the pool, which they do regularly. For a greater thrill, the children also jump off the roof into the pool, he said.
Mr. Meyerson said he bought the site on Pine Tree Drive for $1.7 million in 2002 and spent three years and more than $10 million building his dream home. In a bid to ensure privacy, he later purchased an adjacent 43,900-square-foot vacant lot, which together with the property creates a total lot size of 88,274 square feet. The vacant lot can also be purchased for an additional $11 million.
A sculpture by artist
on display in the garden can be sold with the property at additional cost, Mr. Meyerson said.
of the Jills team at Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate have the listing.