HGTV’s 2012 Urban Oasis at Paramount Bay Hits the Market for $1.25M
This past October, HGTV awarded James Walley, a lucky viewer from Texas, a posh, two-bedroom condo at the prestigious Paramount Bay. Not even two months later, that very unit has hit the market with an asking price of $1.25M. This should come as to no surprise as the winner, come April, will owe a pretty hefty tax bill to the government. The fully furnished and impeccably decorated 2 bedroom/2.5 bath condo is being sold turn-key. The unit has 1,751 interior square feet, a private elevator and resides on the southeast corner of the building offering spectacular views of Biscayne Bay, the Atlantic Ocean and the Miami Beach skyline.
For a full rundown on what this stunning condo has to offer, watch the 90-second guided tour below provided by interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
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the tall cabs in the kitchen are much better then std finishes in other units. and master bed is very nice. though do people really like open bathrooms? i’d have to factor in wall remod. similar units are priced about 200k below: do you think pro-finish +furniture are worth that much? i do not care much for the area, but the ceiling height + private wide balcony are hard to match. anything similar closer to downtown/brickell?