The Jills Zeder Group has listed the Mediterranean/Spanish-style waterfront estate Casa La Bonita at 14 Star Island Dr. in Miami Beach for $30 million. The two-story estate was built by renowned Mexican architect/builder/hotelier Carlos Gosselin, who owns the ultra-luxury boutique resort Zoëtry Paraíso de la Bonita Riviera Maya and was also the president of the Hotel Association for Cancun and Puerto Morelos. Casa La Bonita is named after Gosselin’s wife, whom he calls Bonita.
This is the first time the 14,268-square-foot home, featuring six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, has been on the market. The property, that was built in 1949 and then demolished in 1989, originally stood on the lot where Casa La Bonita now stands. From 1992–1994, Carlos Gosselin built the current home after he and his family purchased the land. In 1995, the Gosselin family moved into the completed home.
Situated on a sprawling 40,000-square-foot lot with 100 feet of water frontage, Casa La Bonita Estate overlooks Biscayne Bay and the Port of Miami. Guests are welcomed into home through a stately gated entrance with gates imported from England. The entrance features imported doors from all over the world, and a beautiful courtyard and arched hallways.
The home features imported Italian marble floors, century-old Chinese doors, custom-made Hindu doors, a movie theater, elevator, poolside gazebo, all hurricane impact windows, and sunset views. The bathrooms feature Sherle Wagner faucets and fixtures.
This spectacular estate owned by Carlos Gosselin represents the epitome of luxury. With sprawling space, exquisite appointments, spectacular views and more, this is a property that is not to be missed. – Jill Hertzberg of The Jills Zeder Group
Star Island is a neighborhood in the city of Miami Beach on a man-made island in Biscayne Bay, Florida, United States.
The island is an exclusive enclave of ultra-luxury homes. It has been home to some of the most high-profile residents in Miami from celebrities to ex-presidents.
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