Miami Real Estate: A Miami Penthouse Fit For Art Aficionados

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It’s hard to decide where to look first when stepping off the elevator into the Grovenor House’s 32nd floor penthouse apartment.  The walls, the ceiling, even the elevator bank are completely covered in knot-free, white-washed oak imported from Europe. A staircase chiseled from the same wood leads invitingly upstairs to a private terrace boasting south Florida views and lush rooftop gardens. And then there’s the artwork.The 11,810-square foot apartment is specifically designed to showcase pricey works created by such celebrated contemporary artists as, John Baldessari, and . Soft orange-hued back lighting built into the walls showcases sculptures and hallways laden with canvases. When homeowner Ella Fontanals-Cisneros finds a buyer, the collection will depart with her. But the posh Miami, Florida penthouse is the perfect abode for a new art aficionado to move in and unpack a new collection.

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