Villa Irene   Star, Palm and Hibiscus Islands, Miami
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Villa Irene is a spectacular huge 11,000 square feet villa, built in the Spanish Colonial style on exclusive Palm Island. It is located close to the airport and to the sights of Miami.

The luxurious mansion features six stunning bedrooms. Each of the six bedrooms has a distinctive theme, including a master suite with a walk-through dressing room and an enormous bathroom that features a totally open-sided shower. The interior boasts luxury decor, stylish furnishings, a private bar, theater room, gymnasium, piano, steam shower, spacious living area and a fully equipped kitchen.

A private dock, floating deck, dining terrace with bar, fridge and barbecue, an enormous 130 foot heated/walk-in pool with Jacuzzi, and swim-in grotto and waterfall, are just some of the garden's features.The exterior is possibly more stunning with a beautiful pool, grill and fire pit as well as featuring stunning views, making it an absolutely perfect venue for family gatherings and corporate events.


  • Interior
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bar
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Casino Room
  • Cinema Room
  • Dining Room
  • Gym
  • Laundry
  • Office
  • Piano
  • Sound System
  • Spa Lounge
  • Exterior
  • BBQ
  • Boat Dock
  • Fire Pit
  • Garage
  • Jacuzzi Outdoor
  • Loungers
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Patio
  • Pool Outdoor
  • Pool Outdoor Heated
  • Terrace
  • Building
  • Game Room
  • Location
  • Beach Front
  • Water Front
  • Water View

Star, Palm and Hibiscus Islands

Star Island, Palm Island, and Hibiscus Island are located off the coast of Miami in Biscayne Bay. All islands are man-made landmasses with exclusive neighborhoods and high property values; they are only accessible via the MacArthur Causeway. Why are they so exclusive? The exclusivity of Star Island, Palm Island, and Hibiscus Island arises with their origin story, with regard to the man who founded them and the reason they were created in the first place. Real estate on the Islands today more exclusive than ever, due to their access only through the Fountain Street bridge and because of the spectacular modern homes that have been built in recent decades. This, paired with the minimal square footage of the islands themselves, makes for some very prestigious addresses. Celebrity homes include Al Capone’s home, which has been for sale several times, as well as the home of Scott Storch, a famed record producer, broadcast journalist Barbra Walters, and actor Nick Nolte, among others. Foreign investors and business people have also taken a liking to Star, Palm, and Hibiscus islands as private getaways in one of Miami’s most convenient island locations.