The Dennis Carvajal Group is excited to announce 23 Tahiti Beach, home of coffee heir, Jose Enrique Souto, whose family founded Rowland Coffee Roasters, the largest Hispanic coffee distributor in the world. Souto started running the company with two of his brothers when he became a teenager and they eventually sold the company to J.M Smucker for $360 million in 2011. The nearly 15,000 sq. ft. mansion was built in 2014 giving credit to architect Ramon Pacheco and interior designer, Bea Pila.
Located in the gated community of Tahiti Beach in Cocoplum, this exclusive Coral Gables residence features seven bedrooms and twelve bathrooms. The modern property has a whopping 14,899 sq. ft. of living space, which includes a screening room with a bar, a spa with a sauna, a covered cabana and kitchen area, as well as a generous sized heated, saline pool and a waterfront dock with direct ocean access. The double-height dining room can fit more than 12 guests and the family room features a backlit onyx bar and an 800-gallon saltwater fish tank, perfect for entertaining. This stunning home is listed for $23,995,000 by ONE Sotheby’s International Realty’s, Dennis Carvajal. It has also been featured in international press including Bloomberg, Mansion Global, NY Post and South Florida’s Real Deal.
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