El Kayak.com CEO Steve Hafner is selling his beachfront condo in miami beach by $10.995 million.
By MiamiDiario Newsroom
Mr. Hafner, 50, who co-founded the travel search engine kayak.com in 2004, paid $9 million for the unit in 2015, reported Darryl Fox of ONE Sotheby's International Realty.
Along with the travel site, Mr. Hafner also leads OpenTable, the world's largest online restaurant reservation service.
According to the note MansionGlobal the 4,178-square-foot apartment, including August 1, is one of the 28 luxury condominiums at Ocean House, what is found andn Ocean Drive in South Beach. It has five bedrooms, five full baths and one partial bath, along with an east-west flow layout that offers picturesque ocean views.
ocean house is in the «south zone of the Fifth, which is the most desirable neighborhood in Miami Beach," Fox said. "It's a highly desirable area, it has the restaurants, the beach." Apartments in that area sell for between $30 million and $50 million, he says. MansionGlobal .
"The fact that it has direct ocean views is its main selling point," Fox said. ONE Sotheby's International Realty, is the company that has the listing with Sotheby's Daniela Bonetti.
There are also views over the pool area and Ocean Drive. "The sunrises are spectacular," Fox said. This is the only apartment in the three-building Ocean House that has the master bedroom facing the ocean, he said.
The condo also has its own terrace. Another terrace is in the back, overlooking Ocean Drive.
The apartment is sold fully furnished, for Artefact, a high-end furniture store in Miami.
Mr. Hafner's apartment is in the third floor of the seven-story building.
The kitchen has state-of-the-art appliances de Sub-Zero and Miele, said. "It's an open concept kitchen/living room."
Other features include a private elevator, floor-to-ceiling windows, wood-finish walls, and marble floors and countertops.
Shared amenities at Ocean House include an oceanfront pool and outdoor kitchen, private cabanas with beach service, a fitness center, spa, and pool table.
In February, Mr. Hafner bought an attic in the L'Atelier Miami Beach 18-story for $21 million .