- Coldwell Banker
A Miami mansion that musician Lenny Kravitz once called home has hit the market for $25 million, the Wall Street Journal has reported.
Kravitz purchased the Sunset Islands home for $8.95 million back in 2001, when it was built. He then sold the house in 2005 to the property’s current owner, Stephen Muss, who bought it for $14.5 million. Muss is a real estate mogul who is famous for purchasing and redeveloping the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami.
The estate, located on a private beachfront, features a movie theater, pool, gym, meditation garden, and elevator. At almost 12,000 square feet, this Mediterranean-style home has six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and a three-car garage.
Coldwell Banker’s Jill Hertzberg and Jill Eber have the listing.
Gated for privacy, the home is located in the exclusive Sunset Islands neighborhood.
The outside reflects the Mediterranean style and keeps with the neighborhood’s beachy feel.
Make a major entrance on this impressive stairway.
But the home’s real selling point is the backyard.
Just think how many parties the “American Woman” singer must have hosted right here.
These backyard hammocks are fitting for Miami living.
Take a break from the exciting Miami beach vibes in your personal meditation garden.
When you want friends to stop by, the backyard dock makes for easy water access.
Walk from one end of the 12,000-square-foot home to another with ease.
The great room’s open layout offers amazing acoustics for any serenade.
The kitchen is bright and includes a sitting area and dining space.
This area is dinner-party approved.
The master bedroom has a clean design with an impressive ceiling.
And the master bathroom reflects the look of the many shells you’ll find on Miami Beach.
Guests can stay comfortably in this airy room with a view.
Be sure to crank your favorite Lenny Kravitz song while breaking a sweat in this convenient home gym.
The home also features a reading room — or songwriting room, depending on how you look at it.
With digs like this, you’ll never have to go to a movie theater again.