Gables by the Sea residence offers extraordinary charm, sophistication



Located in the sought-after gated community of Gables by the Sea, this jewel of a residence is at 12755 Red Rd., midpoint between Coral Gables and Pinecrest.

Offering six bedrooms, seven and one-half baths and a three-car garage, this residence features an ideal floor plan for ease and entertaining. It is graced with marble floors along the main living areas and gorgeous wood floors in all bedrooms, high ceilings, impact windows, along with a sophisticated programmed lighting and camera/security system for peace of mind and efficiency.

Homeowners can entertain outdoors alongside the perfectly manicured gardens and exquisite outdoor area that includes a spectacular pool and Jacuzzi, a cabana bath with steam and spa, and an inviting barbeque area overlooking the tranquil canal waterway.

Professionally decorated and designed, this residence is offered at $3,400,000.

For a private showing, please contact Jacqueline Molina, Previews specialist at the Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, Pinecrest North office. She can be reached at 305-253-2800 or 786-306-2403.

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