Miami Estate of the Day: Atlantic Island $3,900,000

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Build in 1951, Stunning two story waterfront home in Atlantic Isles Island. The home features the largest and finished separate deeded island in the subdivision with approx 3,700 sq.ft built in barbecue, and Jacuzzi. Dramatic entrance with formal living and dining areas, family rooms in first and second floor(one with wet mahogany bar),high water monitoring for a 52′ yacht and a 6 ton lift. Sweeping intra-coastal water views and breeze from the Ocean. No fixed bridges to Ocean & beach access. Totally re-done in 1995.

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Pamela Diaz-de-Leon With an accomplished background encompassing Diplomacy, Architecture, Business and Film, Pamela Diaz-de-Leon brings to the real estate industry the entrepreneurial expertise which stem from her interdisciplinary experience. Her world wide network of distinguished personalities carefully knitted of relationships formed in her five years as the Cultural Attaché for the Instituto Cervantes, serving the King of Spain, in Chicago, and her Hollywood connections acquired while working with a recognized film distributor, give her the global platform in which she has developed her business with great success. Knowledgeable, informed and organized she holds ethics and integrity as her highest values thus, providing her customers with an excellence of service that ensures their utmost satisfaction and their continued loyalty to her work. Office. 305.677.5055 Cell. 305.720.8439
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