Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner’s Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired mansion is a sprawling abode that boasts six bedrooms and a 94-foot private dock.
Power couple Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner recently sold their waterfront Miami mansion for $15 million, according to a report from Mansion Global. The property is located in the exclusive and gated Bay Point community, and is “reminiscent of Frank Lloyd Wright’s legendary creations,” as described by its official listing.
Jonas and Turner put the house up for sale in November 2022 for a little under $17 million. However, the price eventually dropped by roughly $2 million after seven months on the market. The listing was handled by Carl Gambino of Compass. David Pullman of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty represented the unidentified buyer, as per Architectural Digest.
Jonas and Turner first purchased the large Miami home in September 2021 for $11 million. In the years leading up to its sale, it served as the couple’s primary residence. They applied a number of renovations to enhance the space over the years. To do this, they enlisted help from interior designer Sarah Ivory, who happens to be Gambino’s wife.
A Sprawling, Tropical-Inspired Home
Dating back to the 1980s, the home is situated by a canal that runs into Biscayne Bay, according to Mansion Global. The mansion measures 10,414 square-feet, but its lot spans 15,599 square feet in total.
The home features six bedrooms, nine baths, a chef’s kitchen, state of the art spa, billiard room, luxe pool, and jacuzzi, just to name a few. In addition, the living room contains a two-sided travertine fireplace, while the billiard’s room holds a two-storey library space.
Its interiors boast coral-rock walls and 30-foot wooden ceilings, with a tropical-inspired lobby that features a floating staircase. The property also has a 94-foot private dock, which provides access to the bay and ocean. With these lavish amenities within arm’s reach, it’s no wonder the home’s official listing described it as a one-of-a-kind “private resort.”
Banner photos from the Compass website.