Pinecrest, Florida, has long been a desirable destination for people looking to call South Florida home. The city is one of the areas in Miami where family values and community activities like farmers’ markets, picnics, and park playdates still happen every week. This area is also known for its cozy neighborhoods, lush green spaces, and quiet roads, making it one of Florida’s most popular choices for luxury real estate projects.
This past spring, the city welcomed its newest real estate masterpiece. The “Casa 6695” project is a 7-bedroom, 7.5-bathroom residence in the heart of one of Pinecrest’s most attractive neighborhoods.
It all started with a blank canvas and a groundbreaking concept by Luis Junco and Giampaolo Guarino, the brains behind ECO Modern Custom Homes, a luxury real estate developer that has been creating some of the most beautiful homes in Miami for years.
ECO Modern Custom Homes and Compass listing agents David Rousso, Angel Nicolas, and Ale Alfonzo envisioned a luxury home in the South Florida suburbs modeled after the best features of modern architecture to create their masterpiece. They set out to create a breathtaking and contemporary project with all the luxuries one could hope for in an upscale Miami estate project. Casa 6695 was made to stand out among other residences not just in Pinecrest but across South Florida.
To make their vision a reality, the team tapped renowned architect Zecky Da Costa, known across the industry for his long trajectory managing and designing projects in Miami as well as Venezuela and Spain. After months of arduous brainstorming and endless hours of collaboration, the team developed the blueprint that would transform their blank canvas into an exquisite South Florida residence.
An impressive, contemporary masterpiece that stands at the forefront of modern architecture and design.
Casa 6695 is one of the most ambitious real estate projects to emerge in the South Florida market in recent times. This long-term collaboration between realtors, designers, and builders, has everything clients are looking for in a Miami property—a modern and fresh concept, an open layout, large entertaining areas, and outdoor spaces inspired by nature to soak up the warm South Florida sun.
The 2-story luxury residence features two separate car garages, a high-tech media room, and a spacious wine cellar. It also has an open living area with 20 ft. ceilings and porcelain Castellon flooring from Spain. Additionally, the 31,798 sq. ft. lot also includes an inground swimming pool to entertain guests and smart home appliances that can be controlled via smartphone.
The interior is outfitted with Miele brand appliances and the millwork provided by Pedini Miami, who specializes in high-end Italian designer cabinets. The kitchen has a white matte lacquer finish, and it includes an island with grey cement doors and a natural oak wooden overhang, as well as stunningly decorative hood wall pieces.
And if all of that wasn’t enough, the team in charge of the project decided to include a brand-new Lamborghini Urus as part of the listing. The Urus is the Italian automaker’s signature SUV, which is widely considered to be the fastest SUV on the planet today.
The Casa 6695 house was purchased for $3.5 million by a renowned professional athlete whose identity cannot be disclosed at this time.