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Ricky Martin's Miami Beach Home back on the market

If the information was correct from our sources back in July of 2007 and this Miami Beach home did not sell then for $16.9 Million, we can deduce that Ricky Martin's Miami Beach home is now back on the market at a discount of over $3 Million.

North Bay Road Mansion - Listing price $13,500,000 $12,500,000

The home's listing history shows it went on the market in February of 2007 for $16.9 Million, was decreased to $15.9 in February of 2008, then increased to $19.5 Million a day later and was taken off the market in June of 2008.  Talk about a pricing roller coaster!  Fact is, it's still a gorgeous bay front home with a very picturesque celebrity history which is very positive and very Miami.

It's a 9,491 square foot home with 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms and 2 half-baths.  It sits on a 105' X 184' lot with 105' of open bay frontage.  It has a 4-car garage, private dock, media room, elevator and plenty of incredible and luxurious details - perfect example of Miami Beach Luxury Living.

The Multiple Listing Service's description reads as follows:

Mediterranean masterpiece with breathtaking open bay views from every room. Featuring 7 bedrooms, adjoining courtyard-view guest quarters, 8 full baths, 2 half baths including cabana, fully wired media room and elevator. This private estate is the epitome of luxury living featuring the finest in detailed finishes including solid mahogany doors, ceiling treatments, fireplaces, travertine marble throughout, and crown moldings. Spacious gourmet kitchen, formal dining room, full bar. Jacuzzi and pool.

I love the fact that Miami is packed with Celebrity Properties.  It's common knowledge that these properties sell for more because of their former owners.  Truth is that because they are desirable,  Miami Beach celebrity homes carry a hefty price tag.

If you are not into Miami Beach, maybe Ricky Martin's ocean front Golden Beach home will interest you instead.


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