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Modern 6 bedroom Miami residence designed by George Hernandez

This imposing building is actually a very inviting residence. It’s located in Miami, 6201 Chapman Field Drive and it’s currently on the market for $3,495,000. The residence has 6 bedrooms and 5 and a half bathrooms spread over two levels. The building itself has a modern and yet traditional design.

Modern 6 bedroom Miami residence

The residence was custom designed by architect George Hernandez whose particular style can be observes all over the façade and the interior design as well. The residence has a large floor plan designed for entertaining and family living. This area features blue Vix limestone and hardwood floors and it’s a very spacious and stylish space. The living room and dining room have been combined into one single space.

Modern 6 bedroom Miami residence View in gallery

Modern 6 bedroom Miami residence View in gallery

Modern 6 bedroom Miami residence View in gallery

Modern 6 bedroom Miami residence View in gallery

The residence also includes 6 lovely bedrooms. They have different dimensions and decors but they are all inviting and cozy. Also, the property includes beautiful covered porches, a garage and a guest house. The house was built in 2007. It covers an area of 9,719 square feet and it sits on a 37,897 square feet lot. It would make a great family home for a family with children.

Modern 6 bedroom Miami residence View in gallery

Modern 6 bedroom Miami residence View in gallery

View in gallery

View in gallery

It’s spacious, bright, inviting and it has an elegant and stylish interior décor. Moreover, the location is also very convenient, both tranquil and spectacular. If you’re interested, make sure to visit it in order to see all these details yourself.

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Posted in Real Estate on December 19, 2011

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