This 13,676 square foot two-story home designed by Miami-based Choeff Levy Fischman features 9 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 1 powder room, a private rooftop terrace, and 100 feet of water frontage.
The tropical modern waterfront residence is a perfect example of indoor-outdoor living with its floor-to-ceiling, disappearing sliding glass doors and wide-open areas.
At the front of the home, guests are greeted by a 15-foot cascading waterfall empties into a reflecting pond with large stepping-stones that create a floating illusion. Inside, a statuesque three-story staircase adds a sculptural element to the foyer. Vertical wood elements were strategically designed throughout the home to provide a sense of separation for the living areas, while at the same time keeping a sense of openness.
The outdoor programming with oversized infinity-edge pool, reflecting ponds, outdoor kitchen and large Banyan tree is second to none. In an effort to keep the 100-year-old tree, architects worked strategically to design around nature, while ultimately creating unobstructed views of the water from the master suite.
The master suite features a private balcony terrace with a secluded hot tub that overlooks the oversized infinity pool, the large Banyan tree, the outdoor kitchen and the water.
The home also features home theater, wine cellar, a custom Italian kitchen, walk-in closets, an elevator, and a four-car garage suite. It is fully furnished throughout by Minotti, Poliform, and other fine furnishings.
The outdoor kitchen and cabana, perfect for entertaining any time of the year, even includes access to the roof - making it multifunctional with a sundeck when you want to escape the shade from the Banyan tree.
In addition to having a beautiful aesthetic, the home is also consciously environmentally friendly. It includes high SEER air-conditioning units, LED lighting, and lots of insulated glass for natural light to minimize electricity usage.
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The rear of the home as seen from the water.
From one of the home's master suites, one can see the oversized pool, reflecting ponds, the master balcony and the water.
The main outdoor patio has plenty of shade provided by the large overhangs.
Vertical wood elements separate the main living room from the kitchen area, while still emphasizing openness.
As seen from the main entrance, the living room faces the pool and patio where one can sit and enjoy the breeze and sunlight from the outdoors while sitting comfortably inside.
The statuesque staircase made of metal, wood and glass sits just off the main entrance.
Adjacent to the kitchen and living area is the home's dining room.
A bar and lounge is found secluded on the right side of the home with access to the backyard and views of the water.
The home's modern theater room offers stadium-style seating with leather couches and wood flooring.
Attached to the master suite is an expansive covered terrace with lots of seating and a private hot tub.
The master bathroom features separate his and hers vanities and showers.
A stand-alone tub sits between the two glass-enclosed showers.
Tropical elements such as Ipe wood, stone, glass, and water features are found throughout the exterior of the home.