An enormous swath of prime beachfront real estate in South Florida has hit the market as a package.

In Miami Beach, three adjacent parcels — two of which previously belonged to now-53-year-old actor Matt Damon — are looking for a buyer, The Messenger reported.

The offering asks a cool $65 million. 

In all, the triple lot of 6020, 6030 and 6050 North Bay Road spans about 245 feet along the coast of the island city, in one of its poshest corners, no less.

Together, the three properties offer three docks and more than 63,000 square feet living space.

Damon previously owned the 6020 and 6030 parcels. 

He purchased the pair back in 2005, paying $10.3 million. The Messenger notes he sold them to Patrick Markert, the CEO of AmeriSave Mortgage Corporation, for $15.4 million in 2014. Markert then purchased the adjacent home for $8.2 million in 2020.

An aerial view of the parcels.
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The property contains some 245 feet of waterfront.
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Matt Damon.
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For-sale perks include a five-bedroom main property dating to 1935 complete with a home theater and a wine cellar, as well as a two-bedroom guesthouse and a pool house.

“A canvas for your aspirations, offering endless possibilities & the chance to create your ideal waterfront sanctuary,” says the listing, which is held by Douglas Elliman’s Julian Cohen.

The “Oppenheimer” star frequently makes the headlines for his extensive real estate portfolio, which over the years has included an $8.5 million Westchester colonial mansion with its own pond, rope bridges and boardwalks; a Zen-inspired Los Angeles estate with 13,500 square feet of space, and its own gym, spa and wine rooms; and a 6,000-plus-square-foot Brooklyn Heights penthouse, for which he paid $16.5 million, making it Brooklyn’s most expensive apartment sale ever when he bought it in 2018.

In order to move into that Brooklyn triplex setup, he closed down the entire block and stationed an enormous crane in the middle of it to carry his furniture over 14 stories into the unit. 

“There was no sign of Matt, but he had a huge team of contractors and there were shrubs, decking and huge crates filled with stuff going up in the air to the terrace,” an area resident told Page Six at the time, in July 2020. “We were all waiting for the grand piano to be wheeled out.”

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