The hit cop drama of the ‘80s is making a comeback with a newly listed eight bedroom, eight-and-a-half-bathroom mansion that was featured in the “Love At First Sight” episode of Season 4 of Miami Vice. Selling for $8.75 million, the remote Ponce Davis property spans 40,075 square feet and boasts a climate-controlled wine cellar with 900+ bottle capacity, an indoor bar area and chef’s kitchen, several living areas, a pool table room and a private heated saltwater pool with a lifeguard house imported from the '90s era of Nikki Beach. You could say it’s a bachelor’s paradise, one that James Crockett and Ricardo Tubbs would certainly approve.
"This home is a gem blending architecture from the golden age of Miami in the 80's and 90's, with modern features that add a touch of the Miami style we all know and love today. The future buyer is sure to fall in love with the originality—and of course, the bragging rights of living in a home that was featured in Miami Vice," said Compass listing agent Liz Hogan.
Decorated with high-end furnishings by Artefacto that gracefully complement the concrete walls and minimalistic, white-washed design, the home exudes modernity and sophistication reminiscent of the stylish cinematography beloved in the show. Let your vices run loose at 8505 SW 53rd Ave., Miami.