This property is not an art gallery or a resort – but it takes notes from both.
Within the 10,814 square feet of living space, the home features six bedrooms, seven full baths, two half baths, a temperature-controlled wine cellar, saltwater aquarium and an unforgettable master bedroom.
Entering the three-story home, you will immediately notice two things: the abundance of natural lighting and where it’s coming from. If you follow the light upwards during the day, you’ll find a sunlight-flushed rotunda. To the right and beyond the foyer and formal living room, a large wet bar and entertaining area serves as a distraction before the hidden, sound-insulated media room with a 4K projector and seating for eight.
The massive kitchen offers two islands (each suitable for casual dining) and a large window showing off the lush tropical landscaping. The kitchen also includes a butler’s pantry, Miele appliances and SieMatic custom cabinetry.
Access to the second floor is granted by two options: a crystallized glass staircase with white oak steps or a commercial-grade glass elevator.
The steps are the more dramatic entrance; at the top, the design takes center stage. There’s a triangle effect starting with the top of the staircase made up of a billiard and clubroom which feature pocket glass sliding doors that open up to a balcony with breathtaking views of the city. To complete the trifecta, much like a fine piece of art displayed behind glass, sits an office complete with outdoor views and overlooking the entire floor and the one beneath it through its floor-to-ceiling glass wall.
The tucked-away master bedroom sits on two levels. A staircase in the room will lead you to an oversized accessories closet and third bedroom closet which overlooks the chamber. The master comes complete with a gas fireplace, Italian cabinetry, outdoor balcony access and lounge area. The master bath features a rainforest shower, floating tub, makeup vanity and custom his-and-hers closets.
The third floor is dedicated to guests. There’s a lounge complete with a morning kitchen and glass sliding doors leading to a balcony with exceptional views. The left wing houses a VIP suite and VIP bath.
While the interior is sure to wow you, the outdoor area isn’t too far behind. Glancing back at the home, you may notice the subtle blue design touches that hint at a nautical theme. The infinity-edge saltwater pool and separate spa are the main attraction, but anybody who wants to take a boat to even more saltwater can take advantage of 100 feet of waterfrontage.
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Photography courtesy of Florida Luxurious Properties.