An Homage To Historic Miami Beach

One of a kind in South Beach, Ocean House beautifully merges its historic past with gorgeous new oceanfront construction. From the outside, the property retains many of the beloved design details of Miami’s art deco past. Ocean House beautifully merges its historic past with gorgeous new oceanfront construction. Originally built in 1946, the Walburne resembled a 1950’s oceanliner, with rows of windows and an elevated back. It was a typical example of MiMo (Miami Modern) architecture, influenced by the Art Deco and Streamline Modern periods. Today, the property exudes charm and beauty of its art deco past, while far eclipsing it as the ultimate South of Fifth oceanfront residential address. With the Historic Preservation Board designating it “a successful modernization of the Art Deco district,” Ocean House stands as a unique and exquisite bridge between vintage Miami Beach and the ultra luxe residential neighborhood known as South of Fifth that is South Florida’s most privileged enclave.