If you happen to be searching the housing market for a place to live in the South Florida area, have we got a screaming deal for you. There’s a small city north of Miami called Sunny Isles Beach, situated right on the Atlantic Ocean. On the beach you’ll find a snazzy place called the Mansions at Acqualina, and that’s where you’ll find Palazzo Del Cielo – a new penthouse perched atop the 47th floor of the luxury condo building. Yes, the penthouse has its own name. That’s not important.

What is important is that this fully-furnished, spare-no-expense home in the sky is for sale, and it comes with not one, but two very sweet machines. For thrills on the streets of Miami there’s a Lamborghini Aventador, but let’s be honest for a moment. Folks seeking an unabashedly opulent lifestyle will be far more interested in the second machine associated with Palazzo Del Cielo – a brand-new Rolls Royce Cullinan.

For the record, that’s roughly $750,000 worth of cars that come with this penthouse free of charge. Then again, considering Palazzo Del Cielo is selling for $38 million, free isn’t necessarily the right word.

Friends, we bring you this story because it’s a rare look into the truly fantastic world of ultra-luxurious living. This penthouse has more marble than the Parthenon; the window shades are electronically controlled, and there’s a private glass-bottomed swimming pool to make you feel like you’re literally swimming in the clouds. As for the cars, the Mansions at Acqualina say the property is home to the largest collection of independently owned Rolls-Royce vehicles in the world. It’s a fact backed-up by Rolls-Royce proper, which offered up a press release (accessible below, along with the Mansions at Acqualina) describing the Cullinan as wearing a Magma Red exterior with a bespoke tan and black leather interior.

So if you happen to have $38 million and need a place to stay – or if you want a new Cullinan SUV that comes with a gorgeous penthouse – this deal’s for you.

Source: Mansions At Acqualina, Rolls-Royce




Source: Motor1

November 30, 2018