While the real estate listing declares this place is "reminiscent of Malibu cliffs’ houses," it looks a LOT more Miami to us. The 60,000-square-foot compound is right in our backyard, however—who knew that Mill Basin, Brooklyn was our own Biscayne Bay?
This home—which looks like it may have a constant stream of bad EDM pounding from its walls—contains 14 full baths (!), 4 kitchens (!), five staff rooms, 7 master bedrooms, multiple elevators, media rooms, a guest house, a swimming pool, a meditation room, fireplaces, an outdoor pavilion with seating for 40, a spa, indoor parking for 7 cars, a three boat marina, and water views from, somehow, EVERY ROOM. It is also a monument to the testament that money can't buy taste.
It costs $30,000,000—which seems about right.
Previously: Miami was found in Brighton Beach. [h/t Brooklyn Based]