$75 million houses used to be rare in Miami. Heck, they used to be rare everywhere, and they’re still rare in a lot of places. But in Miami, they’re seemingly all over the place. Take this spread for example. Completed in August of this year, the house is massive, with oodles of gadgets, gizmos, and amenities. The seven-bedroom, thirteen-bath, fourteen-thousand-square-foot house on Miami Beach’s La Gorce Island has a grand entrance worthy of a Bond villain’s lair, or Louis IVth, with materials like book-matched travertine, bronze, and Japanese white oak. The house has a gym, a sauna, a home theater, a marble wine cellar, an “88ft long cascading infinity-edge pool/jacuzzi,” which is a mouthful, a Crestron smart home system, a dock far large yacht, and a whopping 172 feet of water frontage.
Don’t houses like this, and the fact that most of us will never be able to afford them, make you wanna just eat the one percent?