The same glass-walled Miami mansion has starred in both Rihanna's "Needed Me" music video and 2016's "War Dogs" film.
It was chosen for good reason. As seen on a recent episode of CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich," the waterfront estate not only features jaw dropping views, but overflows with amenities as well. And it can be yours for $29 million.
Let's take a look inside.
Situated on Miami's prestigious North Bay Road, the home's past and current neighbors include Dwyane Wade, Matt Damon, Chris Bosh and Jennifer Lopez.
Almost every room in the estate includes floor-to-ceiling glass windows, providing endless ocean views. In the lounge, a custom-built bar towers 45 feet up.
Sliding retractable doors encompass the entire house, allowing residents to feel the ocean breeze from almost every inch of the vista's 15,000 square feet. The space also comes fully furnished, so potential buyers won't have to worry about the hassle of decorating.
The master suite's amenities include a pop-up flat-screen television and an adjoined terrace. The standalone guest house faces the bay as well.
The backyard proves even more spectacular than the interior, boasting 200 feet of interrupted waterfront, more than twice the amount of adjacent properties, according to "Secret Lives of the Super Rich."
The unparalleled views are enhanced by a rooftop deck lined with plush lounge chairs.
Down below, guests can cool off the 80-foot lap pool or sit on the private dock and bask in the Florida sun.
"Basically the whole house is floating on water," says listing agent Brett Harris with Douglas Elliman. "Living here would be totally magical."
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