After about seven months on the market and a $2 million price reduction, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner have finally found a buyer for their Miami pad, the Wall Street Journal reports. The musician and the Game of Thrones actor bought the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home in September 2021 for $11 million before relisting it a little over a year later with an asking price of just under $17 million. However, the 10,414-square-foot waterfront abode didn’t secure any takers until the couple dropped its price. The buyer was represented by David Pullman of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty, while the pop star and actor were represented by Carl Gambino of Compass.
Located in Bay Point, the exclusive private community near Biscayne Bay, the 1980-build’s boxy exterior features a midcentury-style mix of wood, rock, and floor-to-ceiling glass walls. The six-bedroom, nine-bathroom manse features coral rock walls, beamed ceilings, and multi-hued hardwood flooring. “The home has an incredible Cali meets Bali vibe,” says Pullman “Frank-Lloyd-Wright inspired, but with a tropical twist.”
Jonas enlisted Sarah Ivory to remodel the space with a “classic ’70s meets modern tropicalism” vibe, the designer told AD last year. To help achieve that look, interior water features, including a koi pond bordering a winding glass staircase in the living room, were transformed into lush gardens filled with tropical plants.
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The open-plan main living area boasts soaring 30-foot ceilings, a two-story double-sided travertine fireplace shared with an adjacent billiards room, and walls of glass looking out to the private, hedge-enclosed yard—which contains multiple pools, a hot tub, and an outdoor kitchen. Other outdoor amenities include a 94-foot private dock with access to the bay, covered balconies, a private staff entrance, and a double-sided full-service bar for indoor or outdoor entertaining.
There’s also an all-white eat-in chef’s kitchen equipped with a massive waterfall-edge marble island, a double-height library, a sauna, a gym, a wine room, and a dining room complete with hand-painted floral wallpaper and a green Murano glass chandelier. Ivory chose to splash playful colors throughout the home using classic Mah Jong Roche Bobois furniture covered in Missoni fabric, especially in the family room, the entertainment room, and one of the bedrooms. “My client wanted to reflect the Miami lifestyle in his new home,” Ivory told AD in an interview about the space earlier last year. “He wanted color, lots of plants.”