• Annie Potts's Hot Hacienda: Front Exterior

    Potts recently put her 6,481 square foot Spanish hacienda on the market for $6,495,000. She she spent 11 years renovating and remodeling the five bedroom, six bath home, originally built in 1934.   See the Image

  • Annie Potts's Hot Hacienda: Dining Room

    What Spanish Hacienda is complete without a formal dining room with large, arched and paned windows, a built-in china cabinet, an elegant chandelier and its own fireplace?   See the Image

  • Annie Potts's Hot Hacienda: Bird's Eye View

    The property is comprised of 1.5 acres, which leaves ample room for a resort-style pool, multiple flat grassy lawns, vegetable gardens, a paddle tennis court with lights and a full guest house.   See the Image

  • Annie Potts's Hot Hacienda: Family Room

    The oversized family room features a billiard area and an entire glass wall with custom stained glass details, looking out onto the lush backyard.   See the Image

  • Annie Potts's Hot Hacienda: Guest Bedroom

    This guest room, one of five total bedrooms in the casa, features its own bathroom, both wood and tile floors, plus the same cheery colors that brighten the rest of the house.   See the Image

  • Miami and Miami Beach have come a long way since Miami Vice made its NBC-TV debut in September 1984. The Miami Herald reminds us that those were the days when the city was still reeling…   Read the Blog

  • Annie Potts's Hot Hacienda: Ponds, Pools and Fountains

    It’s only fitting that a Designing Woman would have a fabulously colorful and creatively decorated home. But is Annie Potts’ gorgeous sense of aesthetics and architecture, plus property appreciation,…   Read the Blog

  • These Miami hotspots appeared on the hit TV show in the 1980s and are still standing today.   See the Gallery

  • Jerry's Famous Deli on Miami Beach

    Now closed, Jerry's Famous Deli was used for several nightclub episodes on Miami Vice. The same company that formerly operated Jerry's Famous Deli owns the Epicure Market on Miami…   See the Image

  • American actors Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas, as detectives James 'Sonny' Crockett and Ricardo Tubbs, in a promotional portrait for the TV series Miami Vice circa 1985.    See the Image