$ 22.5M Miami home comes with memberships to 2 golf courses

This Florida residence is decadent, but the add-ons it comes with are on another level entirely.

This $ 22.5 million home in the Miami luxury tower Turnberry Ocean Club Residences offers 6,225 square feet of space, including a 1,300-square-foot terrace – and exclusive memberships to a private marina, an airport and two championship golf courses.

Designed by Nick Luaces Design Associates, “design firm to the wealthiest Miami neighborhoods,” this Sky Residence apartment features four bedrooms, 6.5 baths, staff quarters, a den and, of course, entry into those various amenities that are so big they’re more often considered municipal assets.

Specifically, buyers of this unit – which features a hybrid floor plan combining what were once two separate residences – get to enjoy a one-year social membership to two golf courses, a tennis center, the Himalayan salt room-equipped AME Spa, the South Florida Waterpark Tidal Cove and multiple members-only dining options.

The new apartment owners will also be able to get priority access and special rates at the private, 117-dock Turnberry Marina – as well as priority access, “aircraft maintenance” and more at the Opa-Locka Executive Airport, according to press materials shared with The Post. At the property, the homeowners will also be able to relax at an onsite beach cabana.

There is a beach cabana onsite at the property.
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The apartment comes with access to a private marina.
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Unit ownership brings with it memberships to not one, but two golf courses.
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Building homeowners get access to special aircraft maintenance rates.
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The apartment measures 6,225 square feet.
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Units in the building offer three to six bedrooms each.
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In all, there are 6.5 bathrooms.
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The kitchen has a jaw-dropping three islands.
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One of the unit’s living areas.
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The apartment is seeking $ 22.5 million.
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Sales began at the building in 2014.
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The 1,300-square-foot terrace with prime ocean views.
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The unit features unobstructed views of the city as well as the ocean.
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“The open space floor plan adds rotating floor-to-ceiling wooden panels that swivel into a wall or compartmentalize away to offer privacy when desired,” the press materials add. “Additionally, the Sky Residence offers a triple-kitchen island, Snaidero cabinetry, chevron flooring and tray ceilings as well as unobstructed Atlantic views.

Sales at the 52-story Carlos Zapata-designed property began in October 2014, at which time the Real Deal reported about “two-thirds of the buyers have been South American and European.”

The 154 apartments range from three to six bedrooms each. The residences were developed by Jeffrey Soffer.

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