‘Real Housewives Of Miami’ Star Lea Black Relists Star Island Mansion At $37.5 Million


Former ‘Real Housewives of Miami’ star, Lea Black, and her husband, attorney Roy Black, have once again listed their luxurious waterfront mansion on Florida’s renowned Star Island. The exclusive property was relisted on Monday for an impressive $37.5 million, making it the only house currently available for sale on the prestigious island.

Key Takeaway

Lea Black and Roy Black have relisted their exquisite Star Island mansion for an impressive $37.5 million. The property offers unparalleled luxury, including a waterfront location, a spacious main home, and a charming guest house.

The expansive 46,429-square-foot estate boasts an impressive 190 feet of waterfront, a rare feature on Star Island. The property includes a magnificent 9-bedroom main home, a charming 3-bedroom guest house, and a full dock, perfect for those who appreciate the splendors of the waterfront lifestyle.

Lea and Roy have spared no expense in enhancing their already lavish mansion. The property features a newly renovated pool, a state-of-the-art movie theater with seating for 10, and a delightful children’s playground complete with a pirate ship treehouse. Additionally, the kitchen is adorned with top-of-the-line Viking and Sub-Zero appliances, adding a touch of luxury to the heart of the home.

Earlier this year, Lea and Roy initially listed their property for $34 million in June, but took it off the market a few months later as they contemplated retaining a second home in Miami. The potential new owners of this magnificent mansion will find themselves in esteemed company, with Star Island being the residence of choice for renowned celebrities such as Diddy, Gloria and Emilio Estefan, Shaquille O’Neal, and billionaire Ken Griffin, among others.

The real estate market on Star Island has been thriving, with recent sales ranging from $38 to $85 million. In fact, news of a groundbreaking $100 million mansion currently under construction on the neighboring lot further solidifies the island’s appeal. Despite parting with their Star Island residence, Lea and Roy will continue to call Miami home, as they maintain other properties in the city, as well as in the Florida Keys, California, and Texas.

The listing for Lea and Roy’s magnificent mansion is being held by Saddy Delgado of One Sotheby’s International Realty, along with Elena and Stefano Iturriaga. With its stunning features and sought-after location, it is expected that this property will attract high-profile buyers looking to experience the ultimate in luxury living.