Julian Johnston Lists a Historical Landmark
Top-producing Realtor Julian Johnston is once again leaving his mark on the Miami Beach Luxury Homes market, this time by listing a luxurious $8.1 million mansion once owned by an alleged mobster. Even without such a unique and storied history, this Venetian Islands property, located on gorgeous San Marco Island, is a sight to behold.
Built in 1938, the property was purchased in 1973 by Chuck Delmonico, born Charles Tourine Jr., who was alleged to have been involved in mob activities that include racketeering, illegal gambling, transference of stolen property, and other crimes. During the investigation, Delmonico died of natural causes in 2008, but not before selling his waterfront mansion in five years earlier for $1.7 million.
This unique and intriguing estate is now once again on the market, and who else but Julian Johnston to present it. Offering four bedrooms and four bathrooms, the over 4,800-square-foot home features marble floors, an open balcony, a Florida room, and a plethora of other exquisite details. Its 13,382-square-foot lot is beautifully landscaped and includes 105 feet of water frontage with dock.
Located in one of the most prestigious and exclusive communities in South Florida, the San Marco property is in close proximity to both Miami Beach and Miami, giving its privileged residents the chance to access some of the best amenities and attractions in the region. From the vibrant cultural offerings of downtown Miami, to the pristine beaches and ritzy clubs of Miami Beach, lots of amazing things lie in store for those who acquire this one-of-a-kind home.
Those interested in learning more about other luxurious Miami Waterfront Homes for Sale are invited to contact Mr. Johnston at 305-502-3985 or julian@MIAwaterfront.com.