A 10,416-square-foot Miami home that once belonged to Cuban-American musician Willy Chirino sold last week for $11 million.
Located in the city’s tony neighborhood of Bay Point, the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home features floor-to-ceiling windows, manicured grounds and 94 feet of water frontage, according to the listing with Dina Goldentayer and Sylvia Chamorro of Douglas Elliman.
The home was first listed in September for $12 million by its current owners, who bought it from Mr. Chirino in 2014 for $4.2 million, Mansion Global reported at the time.
Other amenities of the residence include six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, 30-foot ceilings in the great room, a wine cellar and a bar equipped with a dual-sided counter for indoor-and-outdoor service.
“The bar and dining room are our favorite rooms in the house because we’ve hosted many gatherings with family and friends,” seller Luis Arguello, whose family owns a medical devices company in Miami, previously told Mansion Global.
Mr. Arguello owned the property with his wife, Sylvia Chamorro. They did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Mr. Chirino, 74, had lived in the home since 1992, records with PropertyShark show. He recorded more than 20 albums, with “Son del Alma” winning a Grammy for Best Salsa/Merengue Album in 2005.
Mr. Jonas, 32, and Ms. Turner, 25, listed their estate in Encino, California, for $16.75 million in June, The Wall Street Journal reported. That home is still on the market, although Kelly Clarkson’s nearby farmhouse in the celebrity-filled neighborhood sold last week for $8.24 million.
Representatives for the couple did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
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