What Housing Bubble? Here's a $32 Million Indian Creek House That Just Went On Sale

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We don't know about you, but Riptide is still fishing soda cans out of Lincoln Road trash bins to scrounge up enough pocket change to pay rent. But apparently the Great Recessiongeddon really is over for some folks in the 305.

Case in point: A cozy little pad on Indian Creek Drive just went on the market. For $32 million. Maybe a top two-percenter can celebrate the uber-rich tax cut Congress just passed this afternoon by picking up a new summer shack! Click through for class-warfare inciting photos.

The 16,000-square-foot house at 17 Indian Creek Drive, which was built in 2002, includes five bedrooms, five bathrooms and a garden landscaped by the very fancy sounding Martin Lane Fox of the Royal Horticulture Society.

Out back you'll find an infinity pool stretching to the edge of Biscayne Bay and a redonkulous view of downtown Miami.

"I believe it's our most expensive listing ever," says Mirce "Miki" Curkowski, Sotheby's realtor selling the home, which belongs to a family trust in California.

Interested? You are much wealthier than any of us. And you can email Miki here.

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