Serena Williams shows off 14,500-square-foot Miami home with trophy room, wine cellar and castle bed for Olympia
Ahead of the Australian Open starting Sunday, Serena Williams showed off her new Miami home for Architectural Digest.
The 14,500-square-foot, Spanish-Mediterranean-style home is not far from her parents and her sister Venus Williams, who helped design the home. Working with V Starr, Venus Williams’ design firm, the two spent five years designing and renovating the home, according to the article.
Among the features in the home are heated floors, a sauna and a wine cellar. Serena’s daughter, Olympia, has a room that features a custom-made castle bed. With 23 career Grand Slam titles, it’s fitting, too, that Serena also has a trophy room in the house.
At her home north of Miami, Serena holds court in a house designed in collaboration with her sister Venus: https://t.co/h2jlsDlPn2 pic.twitter.com/HvHTMfqPyd
— Architectural Digest (@ArchDigest) February 4, 2021
Serena offered a tour of the new home on Instagram:
Ranked No. 10 in the world, Serena opens the Australian Open on Sunday against Laura Siegemund.