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There are designated areas on Miami Beach, classified as Historic Districts, which only allow minimal alterations but no demolition of historic residences. This 1936 Art Deco Streamline Moderne style home by famed architect Henry Maloney (Anglers Hotel) is one prime example. The architecturally stunning masterpiece was featured in the 2012 novel "Ocean Beach" showcasing South Beach’s legendary Art Deco designer homes. The home is located on an over-sized 11,250 S.F. Corner lot in the highly desirable Flamingo Park West neighborhood of South Beach and was approved for renovations and addition by the Miami Beach Preservation Board. The home will undergo restoration that will result in a 5, 324 SF five bedroom, five and a half bathroom home with amenities such as a pool, gym, office and media room. The home is located just a block from the 36 acre Flamingo Park. This art deco treasure will be restored and renovated while preserving the homes in this historic status in this historic district.

 
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