Max Azria, the famous designer behind the successful brand "BCBG", has reportedly listed his home in Miami, Fla., for $7 million.
Azria purchased the giant marble-and-white-chic-clad condo in 2005 for $3.44 million. The home is represented by R.B. Vole of Your Real Estate Company.
Located on the Fischer Island - an isle three miles off the mainland coast of Miami - the residence offers ample privacy and is home to several high profile celebrities and residents, the Realtor Blog reports.
The residence spans an area of 5,790 square feet and comprises of five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. The home boasts of an open floor plan that allows for easy indoor-outdoor flow.
The floor plan provided by the listing shows that the unit perches on the sixth floor of the nine-storey luxury building. The entrance opens into a grand living area that has a dining space as well as a fireplace.
There is a wet bar and an oversized kitchen with a marble mid-rise island. The gourmet kitchen is perfect for entertaining large guests. Multiple balconies, floor-to-ceiling windows and slider doors offer panoramic views of the ocean and Miami coastline.
The listing of the home reads: "This large, bright and welcoming 6th floor home will take your breath away," adding that it is "Truly a breath of fresh air" and "is perfect for entertaining and its bight personality is hard to resist."
Check out the photos of the residence here.
Azria and his family live in Los Angeles, where they have a huge mansion which they purchased in 2005 too. Azria and his wife Lubov renovated the whole place after they bought it and opened doors of their home to several magazines showing off its beauty.
"My wife Lubov and I remodeled the house to be a home for our entire family. All of my six children and Lubov's parents have rooms. The guest list changes with the season. We have family from France, friends from China...and, of course, their newborns and pets are welcome as well. The décor is inspired by our different travels and favorite hotels and restaurants. There is a touch of Hollywood Regency in addition to a worldly influence, with my French background and Lubov's Ukrainian heritage bringing an international spirit to our home," Max Azria told Style Republic magazine.
You can see some photos of the home here.
"My purpose of remodeling this home was to create a place where our family could gather. The goal was to have everything within hand's reach. I wanted to create the ultimate playground for my family and friends. Important elements of the house are color, texture and pattern-the same elements as fashion design," he added.
Harper's Bazaar also has more pictures.