An heiress to the Bacardi rum empire is selling her dream home for $25 million.
The 21,000-square-foot estate is located in Miami's ritzy Coral Gables enclave. CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich" features the tropical palace on an upcoming episode. Here's a look inside:
Hilda Maria Bacardi, a relative of Bacardi founder Don Facundo Bacardí Massó, spent eight years meticulously choosing every detail of her mansion … and she spared no expense.
The opulent Spanish arches and plush palm trees throughout the property's exterior give it a unique Florida flair.
Inside the luxurious manor and you'll be greeted by an expansive living room. Its sleek design is perfect for entertaining. Douglas Elliman real estate broker Barbara Estela describes the home's decor as "timeless."
The massive master suite is more than just a bedroom — there's also a seating area with a custom-made limestone fireplace.
The giant master bath has idyllic tropical views and a TV hidden in the mirror.
In the shower, the faucets and fixtures are made of custom-designed crystal. You'll find more precious jewels inside the glittering steam room that's covered in a mosaic of crystal tiles.
What may look just an enormous walk-in closet also doubles as a panic room.
There's a giant lap pool out back, complete with blissful lounge areas in both the sun and the shade.
The backyard leads to a 100-foot dock, perfect for a yacht to accompany this millionaire's paradise.
"With your own private pool, with the luscious landscape … it's your own little private oasis," Estela tells "Secret Lives of the Super Rich." The price of the home was recently reduced to $24,999,999 from $27 million.
Watch a new episode of CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich," Thursday at 10P/ET.
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This story has been updated to reflect the most recent asking price of the home and information on the panic room has been corrected.