Contemporary Pinecrest estate designed by renowned architect



This is John Weller architecture at its finest. Artfully constructed and gated, the Pinecrest estate features six bedrooms with five and two half baths. Located at 11599 SW 67th Ave., the home incorporates its lush surroundings to create a natural, contemporary setting where space and function coexist. The two-story home is priced at $3,450,000.

Inside, residents can delight in open sunlit rooms with wide expanses of windows, high vaulted ceilings and other fine finishes. Encompassing the entire second floor, the family room boasts gorgeous views of the backyard and pool area and is complemented by exposed wooden beams, a natural stone fireplace and premium surround sound.

The state-of-the-art open kitchen is striking for its minimalist design with expansive workspace and Italian cabinetry. With Miele appliances, a chef’s island and ample seating, the kitchen is both inviting and practical, perfect for entertaining guests. A Viking wine cellar, capable of holding up to 150 bottles, is an additional feature for residents to enjoy.

The backyard comes to life with its finely landscaped gardens. Palms, ficus trees and other tropical foliage delicately line the property and highlight Weller’s architecture beautifully. The two-acre builder’s lot features a tennis court as well as a tropically themed native rock and stone saltwater pool. Additionally, the south lawn offers extensive space to further customize this home.

For more information, contact Darko Arsenijevic at 305-903-3637 or Davina Melgarejo at 305-205-7748, or visit Pinecrest/WellerHouse.

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