Design of the Times

5701 SW 91st St,

Listing price: $2,495,000

Listing agent: Miriam Rodriguez-Alvarez; 305.333.5683

Specs: 6,053 square feet • 5 bedrooms /

5 full bathrooms; 1 half bathroom

This home is a part of St. Bernard de Clairvaux, the Spanish monastery built in the 12th century and relocated to Florida in the mid-1900s for use by the Episcopal Diocese of South Florida. Built in 1925 and remodeled in 2008, the home retains original features (such as a 3,000-bottle wine cellar) amid its modern touches. The covered terrace makes way for an expansive courtyard with a pool, which can be heated remotely. Other features include a sauna, barbecue area, hot tub and wet bar.



5902 SW 105th St.

Listing Price: $2,250,000

Listing Agent: Mauricio J. Barba, One Sotheby’s International Realty; 305.444.7224

Specs: 6,734 square feet; 5 bedrooms;
4 full bathrooms; 1 half bathroom

Built by Hollub Homes, this home’s unique design is amplified by wide-open spaces that make use of natural light. Rooms include two master suites, an office, fitness room, laundry room and family room. The pool is a tropical paradise with fruit trees and colorful landscaping that complements the covered terrace with built-in grill. Practical features include a security system, metal roof, generator and five-car garage, with three spaces detached from the home.

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