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Recently Reduced: Modern Two-Story Condo At Ocean House Loft 101

May 22, 2018

This South of Fifth  jewel resides in the boutique, ultra-exclusive, oceanfront building, Ocean House, designed by Architects Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates. Ocean House has just 26 residences providing maximum privacy and tranquility to all of its owners.


This two-bedroom, two-bathroom loft is 1,497-square feet and was recently reduced by $200k to $1.795 million. You won’t find a better deal than this.

Experience the luxury Miami Beach lifestyle in this incredibly well-appointed two-story loft. Modern-inspired Italian finishes elevate the appeal of this unit, including expert mill work, custom cabinetry and a sleek designer kitchen.


The Loft 101 floorplan boasts bedrooms and bathrooms on both levels, plus a storage unit. Owners gain access to five-star amenities including private beach club service, a fitness center and spa.


Ocean House was rebuilt and was formerly the Walburne Hotel, 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.