Italianate Estate in Coral Gables Asks $48 Million

The Wall Street Journal 2 months ago

A newly built Italianate estate in Coral Gables, Fla., is going on the market for $48 million.

If it sells for that price, the property would set a record for the most expensive home ever sold in the affluent suburb, which lies about 16 miles south of Miami Beach. The current record was set in 2017 by the sale of a $43.7 million home, property records show.

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