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Luxury Homebuyers Captivated by Design in Coral Gables Home


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Designed for entertaining, this “L” shaped property offers the perfect harmony between indoor and outdoor living. A true one-of-a-kind estate in the heart of Coral Gables, it presents modern, innovative architecture and interiors that inspire a better quality of life through shared, family spaces.

Indoor and outdoor spaces draw their energy from a modern vision of how shapes and lines can connect rooms to outdoor experiences. Natural light is incorporated into every aspect of the design, playing across the 8,958-square-foot estate in the heart of Coral Gables. The shared spaces feature elegant lines that culminate in a living room with a 23-foot tall ceiling.

“This Coral Gables estate is a rare jewel, speaking to the growing freedom architects feel to design single-family homes that spark joy in buyers, who see a better life unfolding for their families and friends in some of the area’s newest and most beautiful luxury homes,” says Lucas Boccheciampe, CEO of Key Biscayne-based Vantage Luxury Real Estate, who represented the buyer. “This new architectural style is increasingly popular because of its attention to detail and flow between the rooms.”

This 6-bed, 7.5-bath paradise is nested on an oversized 25,989 square foot corner lot surrounded by lush tropical gardens that draw the eye to the bounty of plants and trees and encourage outdoor living. The elegant kitchen opens to a great room that invites connection and shared experiences that will last a lifetime. The innovative design extends to the pool, which can be accessed from any room in the house, adding to the modern feel of the home.

“Neighborhoods from Coral to Key Biscayne and Miami Beach are attracting international architects with great imagination and passion for luxury living,” says Lucas Boccheciampe, CEO of Key Biscayne-based Vantage Luxury Real Estate. “This Coral Gables home captures the modern zeitgeist with special attention given to the creation of spaces that will influence a generation of designers.”