Walled, gated, and surrounded by lush foliage, the residence feels more like a tropical resort than a safe and secure family home.
“Tucked away behind lush trees, the home emits an alluring charm and is a dream for entertainers,” says Liz Hogan, who is the listing agent along with Charles Celesia, both of Compass.
Coconut Grove, sitting right on Biscayne Bay, is full of beautiful Mediterranean-style homes like this one. Within walking distance are cafes and trendy shops, beaches, and marinas.
Slater’s four-bedroom home, which was built in 1928, has been exquisitely updated.
The 3,370-square-foot house sits on a large lot and comes with a one-bedroom guesthouse.
“The spacious rooftop terrace, guesthouse, and walkability to the heart of Coconut Grove’s best shopping and dining is a big part of the appeal,” says Hogan.
The main residence includes a living area with a fireplace, a den/entertainment room, and a dining area with arched French doors that open to the backyard.
Light-stained oak flooring runs throughout the home, and there are custom-turned wood banisters and railings.
The white kitchen is equipped with high-end appliances, a prep island, large pantry, and cozy breakfast nook.
There are three bedrooms upstairs. One is a spacious primary suite with a Juliet balcony, marble bath, and walk-in closet.
The other rooms are currently configured as a nursery (Slater and his wife, Brittany Lopez, welcomed a daughter in 2019) and a home office.
The rooftop terrace boasts several seating areas and plenty of room for lounging and entertaining.
To deal with the tropical weather, the home is equipped with impact windows and a whole-home generator.
Slater, 52, began his acting career at the age of 8 and has appeared on film, TV, and Broadway. His notable films include “Heathers,” “The Name of the Rose,” and “True Romance.”
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