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Mediterranean Villa Features Gold-Leaf Fresco of Greek Gods and Grand Onyx Staircase

This is a look at the front exterior of the house that has a wide driveway, tall Greek pillars and high arches paired with multiple large windows. Image courtesy of One Sotheby's International Realty.

The priciest listing ever on Atlantic Isle in Sunny Isles just hit the market and it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before. With grand opulence and ornate interiors this 8 bed/6.5 bath Mediterranean villa dubbed “Villa ‘Il Sogno’” is not for the minimalist.

Big personalities will embrace the imported finishes from around the world – from the impressive book-matched onyx floors from Italy, Pakistan, and Bolivia; to the mahogany doors from Hungary and wood floors from Brazil. However, the highlight of the show is the grand onyx staircase leading to the 2nd level with a foyer boasting 35’ high ceilings with a gold-leaf fresco depicting the Greek Gods painted by a French-trained Chilean artist.

The first floor of the mansion features a private dining room, one of a kind bar area with a grand seating space in shades of deep reds and orange with a hand-carved onyx fireplace and massive drapes adorning the double height windows. Additional features on the ground floor include a media room, 2 bedrooms, laundry room, kitchen, steam room and sauna.

The second level offers 6 loft-style bedrooms including the master suite with stunning water views. Within the master suite, find a jaw-dropping dressing room that rivals a department store with 3 separate sections and a glass wall for showcasing purses, jewelry, and shoes. A marbled masterpiece bathroom features specs of gold and a hand-painted mural on the ceiling above the tub. Outdoors, find a beautiful pool surrounded by massive pillars, water views and dock for a boat.

Custom-built by the owner of TIZZONI kitchens, 319 Atlantic Ave is listed for $11.5M by Alexandra Peters, Clarissa Gurgulino, Charles Morganstern, Adriana Faerman with ONE Sotheby’s International Realty

Credit: Michael Jerome for ONE Sotheby’s International Realty