This 3-Part Home is Connected by a Pool

This 3-Part Home is Connected by a Pool

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Tara Bellucci
Sep 6, 2016
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Located in Miami's Coconut Grove area is a three-structure home where instead of walking from room to room, you can swim.

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Named Woodsong, this 1968 modernist home was built by architect Alfred Browning Parker for himself and consists of three pavilions connected by a 90-foot lap pool.

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The four bedroom, five bathroom home covers 3,100 square feet in an 18,000 square-foot palm garden. There's a lot going on, so here are the floor plans.

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Both the dining room and living room pavilions have bedrooms and bathrooms on the upper levels.

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The master bedroom (in its own pavilion, natch) features a glass wall and skylight that's open to the den, bathroom, and walk-in closet below.

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The property also features a lagoon, waterfall, and sauna.

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Woodsong is listed for $2.75 million.

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