A spacious 3,918-square-foot home built in 1960 and located on the 8200 block of 102nd Street in Miami-Dade County was sold this week.
The total purchase price of $ 1,620,000 equals $ 413 per square foot, the Miami Herald reported.
The property has six bedrooms, four bathrooms and a garage, as well as a pool in the backyard.
The unit sits on a 16,320 square foot lot.
Other homes have recently been sold nearby:
A 1,962-square-foot home on Southwest 106th Street sold in July 2021 for $ 720,000, a price per square foot of $ 367.
At Southwest 82nd Court, in July 2021, a 2,484-square-foot home was sold for $ 176,200, a price per square foot of $ 71.
In July 2021, a 1,130-square-foot home on Southwest 100th Street sold for $ 600,000, a price per square foot of $ 531.
Don Francisco sold a house in Miami
The popular host of “Sábado Gigante”, the Chilean Mario Kreutzberger, better known as “Don Francisco”, sold his house on the exclusive Indian Creek Village island, in Miami Beach, for almost 24 million dollars, a specialized media reported on Tuesday in real estate.
According to the South Florida real estate portal therealdeal.com, “Don Francisco's” home, built in 1987 and “expanded” over the years, was sold for $ 23.8 million to a real estate developer.
The legendary Chilean presenter Mario Kreutzberger, better known as Don Francisco, has been another of the thousands of homeowners who have benefited from the increase in the real estate market after closing the sale of his home located in the south of the Florida.
According to the site therealdeal.com, businessman Todd Michael Glaser and his partners Scott Robins and Jonathan Fryd acquired the 7,236-square-foot home, located on a 5-hectare lot, in order to build a new mansion there that could be worth more than at $ 50 million.
The new owners reportedly plan to demolish the three-bedroom home to begin new construction that will include, among other amenities, two large swimming pools.
"It is expected to be finished by December," Glaser stated, according to the site.
The house that is still standing was built in 1987 and remodeled over the years. The island has its own police that guard and guard the luxurious mansions of international celebrities, businessmen and millionaires. Among its residents are Ivanka Trump, daughter of former President Donald Trump; and American football player Tom Brady and his wife, model Gisele Bündchen.
Original article from MiamiDiario