If you ever played 'The Sims' back in the early 2000s and created the most over-the-top house you could possible imagine, or if you've ever flipped through home design magazines and fantasized building your own dream home, we have some news for you.
That fever-dream of a home actually exists, and its located in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida.
Enter the Regalia Penthouse, of Regalia Beach Developers. Listed by former Bravo reality star Chad Carroll of "Million Dollar Listing," the 46-story-high masterpiece is 17,000 square feet of sheer luxury, opulence and elegance.
The vast indoor space spans across three floors, including six bedrooms, six full baths and two half baths, all surrounded by floor to ceiling windows and unbeatable 360-degree views that overlook 25 miles of mountains, ocean and just about anything one could ever wish for.
Listing agent, Chad Carroll, explains:
"While Miami's ultra-luxury market is not short of residences that command billionaire price points, nothing compares to the intricate design quality of this three-story masterpiece, elevating it to a level of the world's top dream homes."
Take a look at the jaw-dropping penthouse below:
Each floor in the residence can be privately accessed by an all glass central elevator which stops at what is perhaps the focal point of the entire home -- the terrace boasts a private waterfall (yes, really), which cascades into your own private pool with a pool bathroom, outdoor shower, kitchen and sky bar conveniently nearby. And, hey, the views of all of Miami and beyond aren't much of a bummer, either.
And if it rains, there's a retractable roof ... why not?
As if that's not incentive enough to rush to the property with an offer, perhaps a $500,000 rare pink diamond will seal the deal for you?
The property's $39 million price tag includes just that — a stunning gem to serve as a reminder of what a gem the entire residence is.
Other notable features of this fantasyland include a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, 10-seater movie theatre, dual master bedrooms (each with their own midnight bars) and 1,000-square-foot game room, you know, just to name a few!
This pretty palace is on the market for a solid $39M, making it the most expensive condo in the Sunny Isles market.
Now, check out this famous Miami home shaped like a star:
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