Pinecrest residence boasts great location, fabulous amenities



The sound of children’s laughter will ring throughout the halls of this spacious five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath residence as they gleefully enjoy all the amenities it has to offer. Nestled on an acre in a prestigious North Pinecrest gated community, this residence boasts vaulted ceilings and more than 6,100 square feet of expansive rooms flooded with natural light.

The spacious master suite has an adjoining nursery. The floor plan features oversize guest rooms, a huge patio with wide overhang and stunning tropical pool, and a yard large enough for a tennis court. There is even a private fenced and hedged playground for Fido.

At twilight, the home glows and glitters like a Robert Kinkade painting.

This property is a haven for a family to call home and make memories in, yet offers elegant entertaining options on a grand scale.

This spectacular residence is being offered at $1,699,000.

For a private showing, please contact JoAnn Roberts, sales associate with the Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate Pinecrest office. She can be reached directly at 305-215-7653 or at her office at 305-253-2800.

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