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Playboy billionaire and accused deadbeat dad Warren Lichtenstein has paid $15.5 million to buy a splashy, Mediterranean-style Miami waterfront home owned by celebrity restaurateur Myles Chefetz.
And the stunning home wasn’t even for sale, Gimme can reveal exclusively.
That’s almost $10 million more than the $5.65 million he paid for the house back in 2013.
But Lichtenstein, founder of Steel Partners (a holding company that generates $3.6 billion in revenue) was initially rejected when he made his unsolicited offer.
“The Florida housing market is insane,” said Chefetz. “I didn’t want to sell it and once word got out, I had better offers for millions more. It was the perfect storm.”
The six-bedroom villa, at 714 W. Dilido Drive in the Venetian Islands, is 5,686 square feet. It was built in the 1930s. Details including a movie theater, a gym and a rooftop terrace.
More impressive still, it’s a deeper, 17,500-square-foot lot — instead of a more typical 10,000-footer.
It also comes with 100 feet on the water, instead of the typical 60 feet — with a deep water dock that can accommodate a 90-foot yacht.
Douglas Elliman broker Dina Goldentayer repped Chefetz and Lichtenstein.
Chefetz owns popular eateries like Prime 112, which generated $1.9 million in revenue in just one week during Superbowl last year. The South of Fifth restaurateur is a former New Yorker who has lived in Miami for the past 25 years.
His other restaurants, like Prime Italian, Big Pink and Forte Dei Marmi are magnets for boldface names like Oprah Winfrey, Bill Clinton, Kim Kardashian, Alex Rodriguez, Leo DiCaprio and power couple Gisele Bündschen and Tom Brady.
Sources say he says he will probably live in his three-bedroom South Beach townhouse while house hunting.
Lichtenstein — whose baby mama, Annabelle Bond sued him for allegedly owing more than $570,000 in child support — is the former squeeze of onetime “Real Housewife” and entrepreneur Bethenny Frankel, who is now engaged to film producer Paul Bernon.
Bond, a British “adventurer and heiress,” is the daughter of Sir John Bond, the former head of Vodafone and the ex-chair of HSBC.