Ocean House is a unique piece of Miami Beach history. It was rebuilt and was formerly the Walburne Hotel, now enjoying a historic landmark designation. Originally constructed in 1946, the property has retained many of its original details of Miami’s Art Deco past. It’s a perfect blend of past, present and future from the interiors to the opulent pool deck, cabanas and full beachfront luxury amenities. The Walburne Hotel was modeled after a 1950’s oceanliner, with rows of windows and an elevated back. This type of design is a classic example of MiMo (Miami Modern) architecture, influenced by the Art Deco and Streamline Modern periods.
This South of Fifth jewel is a boutique, ultra-exclusive, oceanfront building designed by Architects Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates. Ocean House has just 26 residences providing maximum privacy and tranquility to all of its owners. It comprises of only nine lofts, 10 condominiums, three penthouses, three cabanas and three two-story beach houses.
Private elevator access to your residence
Living room with elegant fireplace
Private screening room with digital theater sound
Billiards room with bar
Wellness retreat with state-of-the-art fitness center
Sauna and steam room
Private salon for manicure, pedicure and hair services
Temperature-controlled wine cellar with humidor for additional purchase
Oceanfront beach club
Beachside pool deck with zero-entry pool, private cabanas and WiFi
Poolside and beachfront food, beverage and towel service
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