The most expensive house on the Atlantic island has a gold leaf fresco and an onyx staircase

A property touted as the most expensive ad in Atlantic Island history has hit the market, The Post can exclusively reveal.

The eight-bedroom, 6 ½-bath “Villa ‘Il Sogno”, located 10 miles north of Miami Beach, features a gold leaf mural depicting Greek gods and a grand onyx staircase – for a price whopping $ 11.5 million, according to the list. .

“When you walk into this house, it takes your breath away. The size and intricate details will make you feel like you’ve stepped into a palace, ”Alexandra Peters of the ONE Sotheby’s International Realty team told The Post.

Enter the 7,000-square-foot palace through Hungarian mahogany doors leading to a 35-foot foyer with a gold leaf fresco painted by a Chilean artist painting in the French style, according to the listing.

A property touted as the most expensive ad in Atlantic Island history has hit the market, The Post can exclusively reveal.
Michael Jérôme for ONE Sotheby
The eight bedrooms, 6½ bathrooms

The eight bedroom, 6 ½ bath “Villa ‘Il Sogno” 10 miles north of Miami Beach features a gold leaf mural depicting Greek gods and a grand onyx staircase – for a whopping price of $ 11. , $ 5 million, according to the listing.


“From the hand-painted frescoes and the custom-mosaic tiled pool, to the grand columns and the stunning open water views, there’s nothing quite like it on the market,” Peters told The Post.


The house is pictured from above in this aerial shot.

The house is pictured from above in this aerial shot.


This gold leaf fresco was painted by a Chilean artist painting in the French style, according to the listing.

This gold leaf fresco was painted by a Chilean artist painting in the French style, according to the listing.


“When you walk into this house, it takes your breath away.  The size and intricate details will transport you as if you had stepped into a palace,

“When you walk into this house it takes your breath away. The size and intricate details will make you feel like you’ve stepped into a palace,” Alexandra Peters of the ONE Sotheby’s International Realty team told The Post .


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Enter the 7,000 square foot palace through Hungarian mahogany doors leading to a 35 foot foyer.


The onyx floors that match the book are from Italy, Pakistan, and Bolivia, and the wood floors are from the forests of Brazil, according to the listing.

“From the hand-painted frescoes and the custom-mosaic tiled pool, to the grand columns and the stunning open water views, there’s nothing quite like it on the market,” Peters told The Post.

The first floor includes a dining room, a multimedia room, two bedrooms, a laundry room, a kitchen, a hammam and a sauna. It also has a red and orange bar with a hand-carved onyx fireplace and double-height draped windows, according to the listing.

The onyx floors that match the book come from Italy, Pakistan and Bolivia.

The onyx floors that match the book come from Italy, Pakistan and Bolivia.


The floors come from the forests of Brazil, according to the list.

The floors come from the forests of Brazil, according to the list.


Upstairs, six loft-style bedrooms.

Upstairs, six loft-style bedrooms.


One of the house's eight bedrooms in total is shown.

One of the house’s eight bedrooms in total is shown.


The master suite has a marble bathroom with gold finishes and a hand-painted mural above the tub, according to the listing.
The master suite has a marble bathroom with gold finishes and a hand-painted mural above the tub, according to the listing.
Michael Jérôme for ONE Sotheby

Upstairs, six loft-style bedrooms. The master suite has a three-section walk-in closet and a marble bathroom with gold finishes and hand-painted mural above the tub, according to the listing.

“The master bedroom has a massive walk-in closet which is a masterpiece in itself. The closet is divided into three areas with glass doors leading directly to the closet for easy access to clothes, handbags and shoes. It really rivals those insane closets you see in the movies! Peters told the Post.

The 0.2 acre lot has a pool, pillars, water views, and a dock, according to the listing.

“The master bedroom has a huge walk-in closet which is a masterpiece in itself,” Peters told The Post.


“The closet is divided into three areas with glass doors leading directly to the closet for easy access to clothing, handbags and shoes,” Peters told The Post.


“It really rivals those crazy cupboards you see in the movies!” Peters told the Post.


the kitchen
The kitchen.
Michael Jérôme for ONE Sotheby
The dining room.
The dining room.
Michael Jérôme for ONE Sotheby

The house north of Bal Harbor was built by its current owner, kitchen maker Salvatore Tizzoni, in 2005.

“Atlantic Island is a hidden gem, a private island community with only around 50 waterfront homes and private beach access. It offers a lifestyle on the American Riviera, ”Peters told the Post.

Alexandra Peters, Clarissa Gurgulino, Charles Morganstern, Adriana Faerman with ONE Sotheby’s International Realty have the list.

A look at the bar.
A look at the bar.
Michael Jérôme for ONE Sotheby

“The Atlantic Island is a hidden gem, a private island community with only about 50 waterfront homes and private beach access. It offers a lifestyle on the American Riviera,” said Peters at the Post.


The house north of Bal Harbor was built by its current owner, kitchen maker Salvatore Tizzoni, in 2005.

The house north of Bal Harbor was built by its current owner, kitchen maker Salvatore Tizzoni, in 2005.


Alexandra Peters, Clarissa Gurgulino, Charles Morganstern, Adriana Faerman with ONE Sotheby's International Realty have the list.

Alexandra Peters, Clarissa Gurgulino, Charles Morganstern, Adriana Faerman with ONE Sotheby’s International Realty have the list.


The 0.2 acre lot has a pool, pillars, water views, and a dock, according to the listing.
The 0.2 acre lot has a pool, pillars, water views, and a dock, according to the listing.
Michael Jérôme for ONE Sotheby

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