“Million Dollar Homes in Los Angeles” star Josh Flagg is buying a non-beachfront lot on North Bay Road in Miami Beach.

Los Angeles-based Douglas Elliman Brokers has entered into a contract to purchase the home at 4727 North Bay Road, sources said. The real deal. TMZ Report it first, no address.

Property records identify the seller as Robert T. Greenberg. He is CEO of Miami Beach-based Park Avenue Numismatics, which specializes in sourcing and selling rare coins, according to LinkedIn.

Dora Puig of Luxe Living Realty has listings.

Flagg is an actor on Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing in Los Angeles” and the author of two books, “Million Dollar Agents: Making Dreams Come True” and “A Simple Girl: The Story My Grandmother Told Me.”

Flagg left his longtime brokerage, Rodeo Realty, for Elliman in 2021, as the New York-based brokerage expanded on the West Coast. Flagg made headlines in February when he attacked the stars of the real estate reality show “Selling Sunset,” calling them actresses.

The North Bay Road home sits on 0.2 acres and is listed for $4.5 million, according to the listing. Records show the 3,300-square-foot home was built in 1933 and has five bedrooms, four and one-half bathrooms. According to the listing, the property also includes a swimming pool.

Realtor.com shows sales pending.

Flagg plans to remodel the home and use it as a Temporary residenceaccording to sources.

Across the street, Flagg’s waterfront neighbors include developer Wayne Boich, who owns a 15,000-square-foot mansion at 4700 North Bay Road and bought the house next door for $11.6 million in January. Also nearby is the Niklas de la Motte waterfront-spec estate at 4736 North Bay Road, which Dora Puig is listing for $80 million.

Flagg also bought a 7,000-square-foot Beverly Hills mansion for $9.2 million last March, shortly after announcing his divorce from her husband of five years, Bobby Boyd.

Prices of non-beachfront homes in Miami Beach have soared in recent years as a surge in demand for the beachfront has made it out of reach, even for many luxury home buyers. Last April, a non-waterfront Miami Beach home on Shelter Avenue sold for a record $12.5 million.

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