Antigen Realty, the Miami-based celebrity luxury real estate brokerage, announced today that it has exclusively listed for sale world renowned ‘The Temple House,’ the largest house in Miami’s South Beach, a celebrity property where One Direction (one of the world’s hottest bands) recently filmed its music video for ‘Best Song Ever’, and the location where the Kardashian family shot its widely-seen 2012 holiday card portrait.
This historic 16,400 square-foot Art Deco icon, designed by legendary architect L. Murray Dixon, has hosted more than 100 world famous celebrities including Jennifer Lopez, Jay-Z, Michael Jordan, Ricky Martin, Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, U.S. Vice President Al Gore, Kim Kardashian, Magic Johnson, Jamie Foxx, Tony Hawk, Venus Williams, Olivia Newton-John, Nicki Minaj, Enrique and Julio Iglesias, and many more. In addition, The Temple House has served as the location for 100-plus music videos, movies, television shows, private celebrity events, corporate functions, charity galas, and luxury weddings.
Located in the heart of Miami’s South Beach, just steps from one of the world’s best beaches, Ocean Drive, yacht marinas, fine dining, shopping, theatres, nightclubs, and chic Lincoln Road Mall, The Temple House is an architectural masterpiece which won the ‘Most Spectacular Restoration of a Residential Property’ award in 2013 (Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce).
This ultimate entertaining property features five stylish bedrooms, an awe-inspiring twenty-three foot vaulted ceiling in its grand living room, an alluring mezzanine, and a breathtaking spacious private rooftop deck complete with an infinity edge pool and waterfalls.
The Temple House offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own the largest house in South Beach, Miami, one of the most famous homes in the world, while further benefiting from its unique zoning and licensure that generate significant revenue as one of the nation’s most desirable private event spaces.
Darren Weiner, Antigen Realty’s Managing Member, is the exclusive broker for this historical trophy property. “The Temple House is one-of-a-kind, and offers incredible residential and commercial possibilities,” said Weiner. “Taking into consideration that multiple condo units in the neighborhood have sold recently for between $21 million and $34 million, without the size, privacy or substantial revenue generating capabilities of The Temple House, this is a tremendous value for the savvy end-use buyer or investor at $16.925 million.”
To see more on the house: thetemplehouse.com