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Glass-filled waterfront home near Miami asks $12.9M

With 104 feet of water frontage on Biscayne Bay

A contemporary home features a pool and palm trees in front of a glass and steel house with a white overhanging roof. Touzet Studio, photography by Robin Hill

Miami is jam-packed with ritzy, sleek real estate, and the latest listing to cross our desk is this five-bedroom, seven-bath waterfront home. Located on Biscayne Bay in the posh neighborhood of Sunrise Harbour, the sprawling home boasts an impressive footprint with over 10,500 square feet.

The home was designed by Miami-based Touzet Studio to take advantage of water views on 104 feet of bay frontage. From the street the home has two imposing stone-clad volumes, but from the bay all you see is a glass-filled stunner with a striking overhanging roof.

Guests arrive through a custom-made pivot front door and the home features walnut built-ins, limestone details on the walls, and an oversized steam shower in the master. Other perks include custom cabinetry, a 200-wine bottle glass room, and a media room. But like many houses in Miami, the main focus is the water, with oversized walls of glass providing panoramic views.

An outdoor pool is powered by solar panels, and you’ll also find an outdoor shower, a cabana bath, and an outdoor kitchen with quartz countertops. Built in 2013, the house at 6815 Sunrise Drive is on the market for the first time for $12,900,000.

A living room has oversized gray couches, two chairs, and views of the Biscayne Bay through walls of glass.
The living room boasts floor-to-ceiling glass walls.
A wood dining room with orange midcentury chairs sits in front of a white and wooden kitchen.
The luxurious kitchen features Miele appliances and custom cabinetry.
A white bed, yellow lounging couch, and blue rug are all placed in front of walls of glass. The view outside includes palm trees and the ocean.
The view from one of the upstairs bedrooms.
In the foreground four black and wood chairs sit around a wooden coffee table and a green rug. In the background doors open up to a 12-person dining area.
The 2013 home is on the market for the first time.
An outdoor area and balcony with gray couches as seating is located between two larger white walls from the house. The view includes palm trees and the ocean.
A private balcony is off of the second-floor office.
The white and glass house sits on the left, adjacent to a pool, palm trees, a patio with lounge chairs, and views of the bay on the right.
The outdoor area includes a pool and spa, outdoor shower, and cabana bath.