That room above that's forgone traditional paint and wallpaper for LED lighting? It's not the set for the next Daft Punk video. It's the foyer (dubbed the "Digital Cave") to one of the penthouses at the Bentley Bay South tower in South Beach. If you have $18.9 million lying around it could be your own private nightclub-slash-residence, and if you're impressed by the foyer, you should see the rest of the place.
We've seen some rather interesting nightclub-inspired decor in private residences in South Beach before (including this condo that had a stripper pole jutting out of a coffee table that is probably rarely used for coffee), but this place perfectly manages to combine house-music vibes with a place that actually looks quite livable in during the day.
With over 6,000 square feet of living space spread out across two floors, the pad features five bedrooms and five and half bathrooms. But those are the boring features. It also contains:
- A private rooftop jacuzzi
- Private gym
- A champagne locker to keep your bubbles chilled and a wine cellar
- A $1 million automated lighting system
- A rec room complete with pool table
- Oh, a stripper pole as well.
If you're interested, the place is listed by Zilbert International.
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