This supercar-themed mansion comes with not one but two supercars.
The designers took inspiration from the most high-end resorts and luxury vehicles and the result was this next-level Florida home.
If you’ve ever wanted to watch a movie in a home cinema flanked by a Ferrari, this is the house for you.
And that’s just one of the unbelievable features of this spot.
Alexander Estate is a custom-built mansion in Southwest Ranches, just outside Miami.
The home was designed by Emik Design, a design studio is famed for its ability to mix modern luxury with natural elements.
Like combining a geometric chandelier with a two-storey living wall.
Or a Lamborghini with palm trees.
Max and Ryan Farbstein are the brothers selling this one-of-a-kind home.
“This is the true definition of a trophy property,” Ryan says.
Surrounded by trees and set behind Florida’s Silver Lake, it stretches over 2.24 acres of land.
The designers took direct inspiration from some of the most luxurious resorts in the world, including the Waldorf Astoria, St. Regis and Ritz Carlton.
And it really shows.
Every inch of this home is crafted with high-quality materials, from the marble floors to the gold barstools.
The main lounge boasts the largest residential living wall, with natural plants climbing all the way up to the second floor.
The home has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, plus an outside shower room.
The home has multiple display areas, including a vast drinks cabinet, a space for iconic movie posters, and six garages.
“The estate was built as a work of art for the most discerning collectors of art, cars and real estate,” Max said.
Without a doubt, the most impressive displays in this supercar-themed mansion feature, well, supercars.
First, there’s the home theatre, which has a fully stocked concession stand and eight luxurious Lay-Z-Boys.
No matter what film you’re screening, the star of the show is going to be the glass-encased Ferrari.
While you can’t drive the car you can activate the smoke machine that lives inside it, which is almost as exciting.
Outside there is a water feature like no other.
A whole Lamborghini Huracan is permanently parked to appear like it’s floating in the corner of the pool.
Some petrolheads will love this gimmick while others will see it as a terrible waste.
After all, one of these costs $250,000.
This supercar-themed mansion can be all yours for just under $20 million.
Not bad, when you consider it comes with two supercars.