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Miami's Ten Most Expensive Homes On The Market In 2011, According To

Most Expensive Homes Miami

First Posted: 12/31/11 12:06 PM ET Updated: 12/31/11 12:43 PM ET

In Miami, wealth gets tossed around like a beach ball, and so do the homes of the rich and very famous. Of all the penthouses, estates, condos and mansions to hit the market, these are the 10 most expensive listings to appear on in all of 2011.

From cut slab marble floors to in-house chromotherapy spas to neighbors like Diddy and Gloria, the market had something for everyone who's got something in an offshore bank account. Though we searched all listings in Miami-Dade County, one thing was no surprise: all of the most expensive homes of 2011 were located on the water, and all had amazing views.

Take a peek, but don't get your heart set: a few of these incredible homes have already been snatched up.

$27 Million: 101 20th Street, Unit PH-A
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It actually sold for $21.5 million in December, but the swap of this unit atop the Setai Hotel in South Beach is still said to have broken records for a Miami Beach condo sale, both by bottom line and price per square foot. Netscape founder Jim Clark reportedly bought Penthouse A decorator-ready in 2004 and outfitted it in very luxurious Thai style. The new buyer is said to be a very private non-celebrity.
Beds: 2
Bath: 3.5
Square Footage: 6,209
View: panoramic, Atlantic Ocean to Biscayne Bay
Special Features: Custom woodwork, three pools, four-car garage, 24-hour room service
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Filed by Janie Campbell  |