Desota Drive is home to a modern work of art with waterway views.

This contemporary masterpiece located in Seven Isles provides endless views of the Intracoastal Waterway perfect for entertaining and more. The property sits on a 10,730-square-foot lot and has four bedrooms and three and a half baths.

The home features a tropical heated pool and spa on a concrete dock made by Artistic Pavers with a remarkable 85 feet of deep-water frontage and direct ocean access. The deck also includes a custom 42″ × 15″ special fire bowl made in California and a six-foot Weber Summit Grille with side burner and rotisserie.

The oasis was designed by Fort Lauderdale-based architect John Norma Garra. It also offers a Sonos sound system, Creston system for living area lighting, artwork and motorized window treatments that provide an exceptional atmosphere and easy-living ambiance.

The open kitchen concept is custom-designed SieMatic and is equipped with top-of-the-line Sub-zero and Wolf appliances, a 78-bottle wine cooler and a five­burner gas range. The cabinetry was custom-made with the surrounding wall built to accommodate it.

In addition to the fine detailing of the home’s interior and exterior architecture, designer Geoffrey Farrell of Delta Light Studio was hired to strategize and design the main living area’s lighting concept to perfectly highlight artwork.

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