Tour Marrying Millions Star Bill Hutchinson’s Pink Miami Coconut Grove Castle Which Just Sold For $10 Million — PROFILE Miami

“Marrying Millions” star Bill Hutchinson has sold his pink Miami waterfront castle in Miami’s hot Coconut Grove neighborhood for $10 million. The home was initially listed for $8.2 million before agents Chad Carroll and Matthew Dugow raised the price to $10.95 million. Bill Hutchinson was represented by Chad Carroll and Matthew Dugow with The Carroll Group at Compass and the buyers were represented by Meredith Zeder with The Jills Zeder Group at Coldwell Banker Realty. Hutchinson had acquired the property for $5.6 million in 2016.

The Castle-like mansion was built in 2009 and offers 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms spread over 12,000 SF of living space. The custom built home features Gothic architecture and contemporary finishes with a great hall, 30 foot vaulted ceilings, stone fireplaces, antique stained glass windows, French cast bronze chandeliers, Jerusalem stone floors, Cast stone window tracery, a gourmet chef’s kitchen with La Cornue stove, elevator, and a rooftop sun deck. Outdoors the home features 65-feet of water frontage, a keystone-edged infinity pool, elevator, rooftop sundeck, and cement dock.

Hutchinson was the founder of real estate investment firm Dunhill Partners and appeared on both seasons of “Marrying Millions” on Lifetime. He was arrested this summer for alleged sexual assault and rape of two teenagers in Orange County, CA in which he pled not guilty and was recently sued in Texas for sexual assault. The cases are on-going.

Coconut Grove has seen intense demand among real estate buyers recently for homes and ultra-luxury real estate as new restaurants, retail and lifestyle attractions open and are announced regularly. 3503 Main Lodge Drive in Camp Biscayne just sold for $19 million the same week Related Group’s Jorge Pérez sold his waterfront Coconut Grove estate for $33 million to a cannabis executive. The Miami-Dade record for most expensive home was broken with the currently under construction 3488 Saint Gaudens Road in Coconut Grove selling for a record $65 million. Jorge Mas sold his waterfront home known as Casa Bahia at 3085 Munroe Drive for $45.91 million and in June 2021 private equity investor Nathan Leight of Terrapin Partners sold 3500 and 3535 Curtis Lane for $48 million.

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