Villa Annie is a stunning waterfront villa ideally located on the prestigious San Marco Island in the Venetian Islands overlooking Biscayne Bay and the vibrant Downtown Miami skyline and minutes from famed beaches, a variety of fine dining, posh shopping on Lincoln Road and vibrant entertainment.
This captivating 7-bedroom, 8.5-bathroom home features gorgeous natural hardwood flooring throughout, a first-class gourmet ItalKraft kitchen with premium Sub-Zero, Gaggenau, and Wolf appliances, an aesthetically-sophisticated, yet comfortable, living room with a fully-integrated Planika fireplace and custom bar by Italkraft. It also features a sprawling master bedroom with a boutique-size walk-in closet, a spa-like master bathroom boasting bespoke Antonio Lupi vanity, cabinetry and soaking tub and floor-to-ceiling glass windows and doors that flawlessly lead to a private outdoor living room overlooking Biscayne Bay and Downtown Miami. Other amenities included are an air conditioner, totally private top floor artist studio/office with amazing views, fully integrated Savant Smart Home System, state-of-the-art high-end movie theater and sound system and modern sauna and hammam.
This bayfront estate will allow you to entertain guests outdoors in first-class style by spending the day lounging poolside under the sun, swimming in your truly-one-of-a-kind, glass-walled, infinity-edge, private rooftop pool, relaxing in the rooftop hot tub and then capping off the evening with an exclusive waterfront dining experience on your rooftop overlooking the vibrant Magic City lights followed by a little R&R on your luxury yacht sailing the tranquil waters of Biscayne Bay from your own private boat dock. Truly a one of a kind retreat for a luxury vacation experience.
The Venetian Islands are a chain of artificial islands in Biscayne Bay in the cities of Miami and Miami Beach, Florida. The islands are, from west to east: Biscayne Island (Miami), San Marco Island (Miami), San Marino Island (Miami Beach), Di Lido Island (Miami Beach), Rivo Alto Island (Miami Beach), and Belle Isle (Miami Beach). Flagler Monument Island remains an uninhabited picnic island, originally built in 1920 as a memorial to railroad pioneer Henry Flagler. The islands are connected by bridges from the Miami mainland to Miami Beach.