The former Miami home of the iconic singer and actress Cher sold for $35.35 million to Brent Saunders and Daniela Botero Correa. Saunders, the former CEO of Allergan, a well-known Botox manufacturer, currently serves as the CEO and chairman of the eye health company Bausch + Lomb. Additionally, he is the executive chairman of the board of the parent company of HydraFacial, Beauty Health Co. Owned by Cher in the 90s, the legacy home on La Gorce Island is a six-bedroom, nine-bathroom abode stylishly elevated to modernity by Menin Homes + Designs.
The Spanish contemporary estate is adorned with bougainvillea and boasts an idyllic courtyard. Grand dual staircases, Brazilian oak flooring, and a foyer with ceilings over 19 feet welcome visitors. The estate is designed for hosting, with social rooms and formal salons leading to a chef’s kitchen, an Art Deco-style bar with custom wallpaper, and a designated media den. The upper level features three bedrooms, while the main level has a VIP suite and guest quarters with two privately accessed suites. The palatial primary suite includes a sitting room, a marble-clad bath with a center shower for two, an oversized custom closet, and a sunrise terrace. The estate also offers wellness amenities such as a top-floor fitness studio, cold plunge, outdoor shower, and spa.
The outdoors has resort-style features like a 50-foot statement pool, waterside dining, sun deck, a chic Palm Beach-style pool house with a cabana bath, and ample green space. The estate has 158 feet of linear water frontage and is located in the ultra-exclusive, gated La Gorce Island, which is home to only 30 waterfront homes and is a 24-hour patrolled community.
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