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Phil Collins Buys JLo’s Former Miami Beach Mansion For $33 Million

Phil Collins Buys JLo’s Former Miami Beach Mansion For $33 Million

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The Miami Beach waterfront estate that was once home to Jennifer Lopez has been bought by Phil Collins for $33 million. Located at 5800 North Bay Road the extensively renovated 1929 villa will definitely make the English singer croon to his own number “Another Day in Paradise”.

jlo_former_miami_beach_house_5Nestled in the prestigious neighborhood, the former home of JLo is widely regarded for its contemporary European-style architecture and design. It was sold by Jennifer Lopez in 2005 to healthcare executive Mark Gainor and his wife, Elyse.

jlo_former_miami_beach_house_6The 12,153 square feet home features seven bedrooms as well as eight full baths and three half baths. The Florida mansion also includes two story rotunda foyer, open living and dining rooms that open to bay and courtyard, koi pond, wine cellar, media room, master suite with massive closets, gym, summer kitchen, a large pool as well as spa.

jlo_former_miami_beach_house_4jlo_former_miami_beach_house_3The 1.2 acre estate is also home to 200 feet of waterfront on Biscayne Bay. Offering a stunning view of the Miami skyline, the sophisticated property is dotted with exquisite gardens and swaying palm trees, rendering total privacy to the new owner.

jlo_former_miami_beach_houseThe sale of the property was headed by the number one-ranked broker in Miami-Dade County, Nelson Gonzalez. The top producer of EWM Realty/Christie’s International Real Estate comments about the sale of this luxurious real esate, “This property has long been a standout in the marketplace…and a sale of this magnitude – surpassing the 30-million-dollar threshold — further demonstrates the draw of Miami Beach to interested buyers from across the United States and around the world.”jlo_former_miami_beach_house_2Also take a look at  Jennifer Lopez’s Hidden Hills estate in Los Angeles which was listed for $17 million.