Contemporary masterpiece within the Weston Hills Country Club



Residents can entertain in a resort-like setting complete with unobstructed golf views and a South Beach flair. This residence is on a double lot on the 17th hole of the tour course, within walking distance to the Robert Trent Jones Weston Hills Country Club. The grand open floor plan has cathedral ceilings and winding glass staircase that leads to expansive master bedroom suite, complete with lounge area, fireplace, private bar and secluded patio overlooking the pool and golf course. There is a loft exercise room and sumptuous master bath enclave with a Jacuzzi, bidet and dual shower complemented with the finest of appointments.

The second level offers more than 2,000 square feet of luxury. The state-of-the-art kitchen boasts a five-burner gas stove, new stainless steel appliances and double ovens with center island. There is marble flooring throughout living areas, exquisite light fixtures, custom draperies, high-tech electronic lighting system and 600-gallon salt water aquarium. The residence features a billiard room, two fireplaces, deluxe office, two-story den/party room with Murphy bed and sliders to backyard paradise.

Residents can enjoy a wine room, private sauna and steam room. They can entertain in their backyard oasis complete with gas-heated pool with grand spa, gazebo, summer kitchen, and cabana bath.

For information and pictures direct to your cell phone call 1-866-600-6008 and enter code 42669. Visit online at For a private showing, please contact Rose and Dean Sklar, sales associates at the Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, Weston office at 954-298-3626.

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