By Mark McConville


LIVE LIKE James Bond this stunning ten-bed penthouse that comes with a limited edition Aston Martin car and could be yours for £38.5m.

High-quality renders show the modern kitchen, spacious living room and cosy bedrooms that will be on offer, all with amazing views of Miami.

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Other striking shots show the shimmering building from outside, the terrace pool and other amenities on offer including a gym and a salon.

The ten-bed penthouse will be located at the Aston Martin Residences on 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami, USA and is currently listed by for around £38.5m.

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“Amazing Penthouse that comes with a car called the Aston Martin Vulcan and was made to celebrate 100 years of the brand; only 24 of those were built and this is the last one available,” states the listing.

“The car is valued at about $2.5M, one of the came recently to the market for $3.5M. The car is track-only.

“The Aston Martin Residences at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way melds a brilliant design aesthetic with an ideal location to create Miami’s most striking, coveted address.

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“Situated on one of the last parcels of Miami waterfront property to be developed, the Aston Martin Residences at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way is a symphony of curvilinear glass and steel, soaring 66 stories into the sky.

“Of its 391 generously sized, light-filled homes, fully half have completely unique floor plans. A select few will comprise the most breathtaking penthouses – including the jewel in the crown, one superb triplex condominium. Panoramic views of Biscayne Bay, the Miami River, and the dynamic Miami skyline abound, providing an ever-changing, dramatic backdrop.

“A full complement of amenities such as a state-of-the-art fitness center and spa, large pool deck, salons, lounges, and a super yacht marina are all located onsite for total convenience.

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“With an architectural design that pays homage to the instantly identifiable, sleek lines of its motorcars, Aston Martin envisioned a structure that perfectly captures the spirit of excitement and graceful beauty for which it is world-famous.”

“It’s not a brand-slapping exercise,” said Katia Bassi, a vice president at Aston Martin.

The company wants to make its mark “in all the cities where it’s important to be, and Miami is one of those,” she said.

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