Yacht, furnishings and artwork included with Hallandale Mansion – Sun Sentinel


Just in case a four-bedroom waterfront mansion isn’t enough to satisfy you, how about one that comes with a 56ft yacht – and 352ft of waterfront to moor it?

A 6,726 square foot home in the Golden Isles neighborhood of Hallandale Beach went on the market in August for $9.999 million. The two-story Mediterranean home, at 661 Oleander Drive, is described by its listing agent as a “yacht dream” because it sits on 0.44 acres of land with enough dock space for two yachts, as well as a an electric elevator and full access to the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic.

“The house is on a double lot and has a lot of potential,” said Janet Ben Zvi, real estate agent at ONE Sotheby’s International Realty in Aventura, which holds the listing. “There aren’t too many houses where you can put two yachts.”

Features of the home, originally built in 1989 and remodeled in 2015, include four bathrooms, an open floor plan with triple-height ceilings, an island kitchen with granite counter tops, a wet bar marble, two living rooms and a large master suite with water views. There is a wood paneled structure above the bar which serves as a focal point. There is also a bathroom entirely made of glass and mirrors.

Outside there is a large deck, hot tub, outdoor BBQ and plenty of space for entertaining.

The sale price includes not only the yacht, a 1981 Hatteras motor yacht nicknamed “Ocean’s Grace,” but all furnishings and artwork, Ben Zvi said.

Ben Zvi said demand for homes in Hallandale Beach was increasing because there was little inventory in Miami Beach and available properties were “extremely expensive.”


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