After about seven months on the market and a $1.5 million price reduction, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner have finally found a buyer for their Miami pad, Realtor.com reports. The musician and the Game of Thrones actor bought the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home in September 2021 for $11 million before relisting it a little over a year later with an asking price of just under $17 million. However, the 10,416-square-foot waterfront abode, which is now pending sale, didn’t secure any takers until the couple dropped its price to $15.5 million.
Located in an exclusive private community near Biscayne Bay, the 1980 build’s boxy exterior features a midcentury-style mix of wood, rock, and floor-to-ceiling glass walls. The six-bedroom, nine-bathroom manse features coral rock walls, beamed ceilings, and multi-hued hardwood flooring. Jonas enlisted Sarah Ivory to remodel the space with a “classic ’70s meets modern tropicalism” vibe, the designer told AD last year. To help achieve that look, interior water features, including a koi pond bordering a winding glass staircase in the living room, were transformed into lush gardens filled with tropical plants.
The open-plan main living area boasts soaring 30-foot ceilings, a two-story double-sided travertine fireplace shared with an adjacent billiards room, and walls of glass looking out to the private, hedge-enclosed yard—which contains multiple pools, a hot tub, and an outdoor kitchen. Other outdoor amenities include a 94-foot private dock with access to the bay, covered balconies, a private staff entrance, and a double-sided full-service bar for indoor or outdoor entertaining.
There’s also an all-white eat-in chef’s kitchen equipped with a massive waterfall-edge marble island, a double-height library, a sauna, a gym, a wine room, and a dining room complete with hand-painted floral wallpaper and a green Murano glass chandelier.