Miami Beach Glass House

White exterior of Glass House, with large pavers leading to steps surrounded by liriope plants and bamboo.
Tranquil Bedroom with full size beds, decorated with shades of browns and white.
Large covered outdoor dining area with ten-person table and a bar
Cozy sun room with a wall of windows and oversized couch and chairs
Bedroom with dark wood floors, shades of white with some brown, and a wall of windows
Bedroom with four poster bed, shades of white, light blue and green, accents of brown
View of large two-level swimming pool
Spacious, open, outdoor living area overlooking pool and river. Large, comfortable wood couches accented with medium blue pillows
Indoor living area with light gray couches, yellow accent pillow square dark wood coffee table
Spacious bathroom with glass shower doors and marble floors
Large indoor eating area with wood table, fabric covered chairs
Large open bedroom, dark wood floors, king size bed
Open, indoor living area with couches, chairs in shades of gray and white. One light green accent wall.
Another view of the living area, colorful accent pillow, dark coffee table with gray and white patterned rug
View of the river and the back of the Miami Beach Glass House with palm trees
Wide angle view of living and dining areas

South Florida Real Estate professionals know this fabulous 6-bedroom, 6 ½-bath Miami Beach property as the ‘Glass House.’ For many, that label brings to mind the time-honored adage suggesting “people who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.”

At least one recent owner of this architectural masterpiece took that sage advice a step further and left no stone unturned … by choosing Andi Beck to turn their house purchase into a dream home of unparalleled form, function, and beauty.

“The 544 Lakeview property, with its grandeur and surroundings, could have been taken over the top,” says Andi. “But the vision of the owners called for warmth and comfort in addition to excellence in every detail. They wanted a place they could call home … not a museum where guests might feel uncomfortable. I’m pleased to say pictures of our ‘glass house’ reveal the plan was executed to perfection.”

The ‘Glass House’ is currently valued at more than $10 million.