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Florida penthouse priced at $38 million includes Rolls-Royce SUV


The new owner of a $38 million penthouse for sale in south Florida won’t have to worry about wheels, as it comes with a brand-new Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV.

The penthouse — nicknamed “Palazzo del Cielo,” or “Palace of Heaven” — is located at the Mansions at Acqualina Complex in Sunny Isles Beach, a suburb of Miami. The development’s garage claims to be home to the largest collection of privately owned Rolls-Royce vehicles on the planet.

“No luxury collection is truly complete without a Rolls-Royce Motor Car,” Martin Fritsches, president of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Americas, is quoted in a news release. “This is especially true at the Acqualina properties, where so many members of our Rolls-Royce family reside.

“Cullinan is the latest addition to our collection and we are thrilled that the new owner of ‘Palazzo del Cielo’ will enjoy this effortless luxury.”

To promote the deal, Rolls-Royce is displaying a bespoke Cullinan in Magma Red on the property.

That is one heck of a living room. | Mansions at Acqualina photo
That is one heck of a living room. | Mansions at Acqualina photo

The custom penthouse cost millions of dollars to customize, according the news release. It features marble flooring throughout, which includes the terraces. Ceilings are as high as 30 feet in some parts of the home.

“The award-winning team at STA Architectural Group has traveled the world to source the most unique and desirable materials to apply to the floors, walls, countertops, vanity tops and even the baseboards of ‘Palazzo del Cielo’,” Michael Goldstein, the president of sales for Acqualina Realty, said in the same release.

“People who buy a $38 million penthouse want to walk in the door and not have to do anything but enjoy it.”

Well, maybe enjoy that and a spin in their new Cullinan.

Carter Nacke
Carter Nacke
Carter Nacke is a graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. He began his career at KTAR News 92.3 FM in Phoenix, the largest news radio station in Arizona, where he specialized in breaking news and politics. A burgeoning interest in classic cars took him to the Journal in 2018. He's still on the hunt for his dad's old 1969 Camaro.


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