One of the largest private residences in North America to be certified LEED Platinum has been relisted—at a discount—following an unsuccessful sales attempt in 2019. The luxury residence at 1301 Dolphin Terrace was previously listed at $22 million, but now is asking $19,995,000.
According to the listing, the 11,000 square foot home features five bedrooms and nine baths. Aside from gorgeous harbor views, the property includes some lux amenities including a custom 14-seat theater, a commercial full-size elevator by Kone, a full-size professional bar, full automation system by Savant, home gym, four-car garage and a basement playroom/convertible wine cellar.
Outdoors, an infinity pool boasts a Jacuzzi with a neighboring entertainment area complete with grill, refrigerator, ice maker and full-size wood burning pizza oven.
To qualify for LEED Platinum status, construction features 1 million pounds of heavy steel and 17,000 yards of concrete (and no wood), solid bronze windows, 14,000 square feet of Jerusalem stone, Venetian plaster—all resting on caissons extending down 25 feet into bedrock.
A 26.5KW solar array provides a large percentage of the home’s energy requirements, a 100 percent water treatment process can re-process and recycle all the water needs for the home, a separate 38KW generator with a built-in fuel supply that can power the emergency functions of the house for several days.
Jason Oppenheim, Alexandra Rose and Alexandra Jarvis of the Oppenheim Group hold the listing.