Well-known Cuban-American businessman puts millionaire Miami mansion up for sale – Telemundo Miami (51)

Real estate developer Jorge Pérez, named after one of Miami’s leading art museums, has listed his oceanfront mansion in the exclusive Coconut Grove neighborhood for $ 33 million.

The luxurious Villa Cristina mansion located in Hughes Cove, is 8,332 square feet and is nestled on a 40,222-square-foot property, has 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, gym, library, gourmet kitchen and parking for two vehicles.

The house was built in 1996, with a private entrance to the house surrounded by trees “that conceal a sculpture garden and grounds that will take your breath away,” real estate company The Jill Zeder Group says on its website.

Sculptures located in the garden of the mansion that the Cuban businessman -art collector- has put up for sale for a millionaire figure.

The façade of the three-story mansion has a staircase, large windows and stone floors with Venetian trace wood. The “palazzo” style property offers sea views from the pool. Through the backyard you reach a private jetty, plus there is an outdoor “magic path” that leads to a private spa and salon.

Jorge Pérez, a businessman of Cuban origin, is one of the main real estate developers in South Florida through his company The Related Group, in addition to being known for his important art collection, a large part donated to the museum that bears his surname already other state institutions.

In 2016, the businessman donated more than 170 pieces to the Pérez Art Museum in Miami (PAMM) -an institution that bears his name-, including canvases, drawings, photographs, installations and sculptures, which were part of his private collection.

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