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Location: Boca Raton, Fla.
The Skinny: If you believe the production design on the mansions in the second season of Miami Vice to be representative of the very pinnacle of American residential living, or if you think that having a chrome pool table is a feature, not a bug, or if you just need a marble, fully powered dock that's long enough to accommodate your mega yacht—or all three!—then Boca Raton's Villa Coquina has you covered. This 13,000-square-foot waterfront manse boasts all the white walls, metallic finishes, and glass tabletops that $18.9M can buy and (best of all?) everything in the listing photos is included in the asking price, which is great for folks trying to gain the complete set of World's Worst Chairs. The five-bedroom, six-bathroom manse makes a defiant point of embracing dated notions of luxury, from the floating marble staircase of the grand foyer to the onyx flooring and tub in the upstairs master suite, as if just waiting for that perfect someone to shrug an untailored suit jacket on over their striped T-shirt and saunter in, boat shoes and mankles flawlessly turned out, take one look around from behind their Wayfarers, stroke their stubbled chin and nod. Just... nod.