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    Designed by Miami architect Ramon Pacheco, the two-story home was built in 2009 and fully renovated in 2016. Features include coffered ceilings, solid white European oak wood floors, expansive outdoor terraces that frame a heated pool and two master bedrooms with a secret staircase connecting them. The estate is listed for $36.5 million.
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