Adrienne Arsht lists Miami mansion for record $150M

Adrienne Arsht lists Miami mansion for record $150M

Businesswoman and philanthropist Adrienne Arsht could set a record for the most expensive home sale in Miami-Dade County after listing her Miami estate for $150 million.

With luxury home sales surging in Miami-Dade like never before as more wealthy people move to South Florida, the listing at 3031 Brickell Ave. is one of the priciest ever in the tri-county area. The property has two mansions on a four-acre site along Biscayne Bay, just south of the Brickell Financial District.

She bought the property for $4 million in 1996, and three years later, she built a 16,852-square-foot mansion called Indian Spring, with a design by Jose A. Gelabert-Navia , former Dean of the University of Miami School of Architecture.

The property also has an 8,691-square-foot home built in 1913 by former U.S. Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan . It’s known as Villa Serena and was designated historic by the National Registered of Historic Places in 2012.

“Being the steward of such a magnificent haven has been a true honor,” Arsht said. “This property has been the cherished site of some of our country’s most memorable gatherings. It is, without a doubt, one-of-a-kind and so quintessentially Miami.”

Indian Spring has five bedrooms, a six-car garage, a dining room with seating for 20, an elevator and a gym. Villa Serena has seven bedrooms.

It also has a pool, a dock and a lighted tennis court.

The property is listed by Ashley Cusack of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices EWM Realty.

“This is a compound that invites prominence, one that is not only connected to Miami’s earliest roots, but now to the world’s future of finance, technology, and global conglomerates, all operating and conducting their business just minutes away from this exceptional time-honored property,” Cusack said.

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