Showbiz power couple Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner are ready to part with the lavish Miami mansion they bought only last year for $11 million, according to a recent report in The Wall Street Journal. And if they find a buyer at their proposed asking price of $16.995 million, they'll make a tidy profit of almost $6 million.
Of course, that doesn't count the unspecified sum they paid interior designer Sarah Ivory to redesign the home after they purchased it. That makes it even more unusual that they would decide to sell the property that reportedly served as the couple's primary residence over the last year, and the two aren't commenting publicly on the matter as of yet.
In any case, the mansion is a real beauty, sprawling across almost 10,500 square feet of interior space, with six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. Some of the property's more enticing amenities include an outdoor kitchen, billiard room, and of course a swimming pool and spa. The property's official listing likens its exterior to "Frank Lloyd Wright's legendary creations. The listing goes on:
"With 30′ high ceilings, walls of stone and a lush tropical entry lobby with floating staircase, this estate is one-of-a-kind. With close proximity to Miami Beach and some of the city's most exceptional dining and shopping…This unique home is truly a private resort and an absolute must see."
If you agree that the Jonas/Turner Miami mansion is a "must see," you can do just that by taking a look at its purportedly Wrightesque exterior in the drone video below courtesy of William Arruda on YouTube, taken before they reportedly repainted the outside of the house:
If you're curious about how the mansion looks on the inside, you can see it in another video below from Jason Matouk, also taken before Jonas and Turner had all the interior design redone, a project that was completed last summer. But this video still gives you a general idea of the inside of the property: