Choeff Levy Fischman Designs Three-Structure Modern Manse in Miami Beach

Choeff Levy Fischman Designs Three-Structure Modern Manse in Miami Beach

Choeff Levy Fischman recently completed a three-structure modern manse, located on the star-studded North Bay Road in Miami Beach. At first glance, a three-story glass wall revealing a staircase allows for a peek inside the three-bedroom, four-bathroom carriage house at the home's entrance. On the other side of the guest house is the main residence - a two-story structure with a 3,000 square foot rooftop deck facing Biscayne Bay.

The main residence boasts an open-living floor plan with 8 bedrooms, 8 full bathrooms, 3 powder rooms, a theatre, indoor gym, entertainment room with custom wet bar, and a grand family room. Downstairs, a winding concrete staircase with White Oak steps serves as a focal point. The home's layout allows for a seamless flow from room to room, plenty of indoor-outdoor entertaining and views of the water from nearly every corner. White Oak floors also continue throughout the space along with stone accents on some interior walls to create a sense of warmth. The home's interiors are outfitted with Artefacto furnishings.

The luxurious Italian kitchen comes fully equipped with top of the line stainless steel appliances, custom wood cabinetry and marble accents along with the backsplash, island, and countertops.

Upstairs, the master bedroom suite includes its own private outdoor terrace and garden. A large floor-to-ceiling glass-enclosed shower sits between the bathroom's private sun deck and a sprawling closet. Additional bedrooms and a living room - known as a pajama lounge, is also found upstairs - a common trend in luxury residences designed by Choeff Levy Fischman.

The home's backyard terrace faces Biscayne Bay and hosts a large infinity-edge pool designed by the architecture firm. The pool includes a jacuzzi and features mosaic glass tiles. It sits adjacent to a large outdoor kitchen cabana with a private bedroom, full bathroom, pool bathroom, and two separate dining areas shaded under Ipe wood cantilevers.

Photos: Courtesy of Choeff Levy Fischman