Lennar Executive Chairman Stuart Miller has acquired Thomas Kramer’s former 4 and 5 Star Island Drive for $33 million. The 1.84-acre property is adjacent to two other lots that Miller owns on the exclusive island, 6 and 7 Star Island Drive. In total they now own 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12 and 22 Star Island Drive. 4 and 5 Star Island Drive were listed with Brett Harris of Douglas Elliman for $40 million. DOMO Architecture + Design is currently designing Miller’s three current Star Island projects which are 6 Star Island, 10, 11, 12 Star Island and 22 Star Island.
In August 2017 PROFILEmiami reported that Verena von Mitschke-Collande and Claudia Miller-Otto had won 4 and 5 Star Island from Thomas Kramer via court-ordered auction. Kramer, a German born, Miami-based real estate developer and South Beach icon who played an integral role in the redevelopment of South Beach, including the iconic Portofino Tower, before he lost a $90 million settlement in Swiss Courts in 2003 in a legal battle that has continued to play out for decades.
Known as 5 Star, the eccentric estate is an elaborate party mansion that spans 17,000 SF of living area complete with 13 bedrooms, 12 full bathrooms over the entire 2 acre gated property which offers spectacular views of Biscayne Bay, PortMiami and Downtown Miami. The main house is a 3 bedroom 4 bathroom party manse filled with exotic and eccentric design throughout. The home was custom tailored complete with stripper poles on the dining room table, a 10,000 bottle wine cellar, movie theater, Crestron system, spa, gym, a lavish master-suite complete with a stone-lined master-bath, a balcony with an outdoor tub overlooking Biscayne Bay, a 14 car garage, and is rumored to have even have a missile silo built in.
Outside features a large driveway and motor-court in the front while out back offers views of the Miami Skyline, a party ready pool, outdoor lounges with summer kitchen, and 200′ of waterfront docking for a yacht. The property also features multiple guest houses and separate private office space.
Photos via Douglas Elliman