HOUSE OF THE WEEK

Beautifully redesigned residence with smart technology in Weston

 

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This luxury waterfront residence is perfectly situated to capitalize on its tranquil water views and privacy in Weston’s sought-after and prestigious Saddle Club Estates. Spectacular and modern, this impressive home blends state-of-the-art smart technology with truly elegant design, complemented by fine finishes and a seemingly endless list of amenities. Located at 481 Ranch Rd. and priced at $1,899,999, this five-bedroom, five-bath, three-car-garage property was completely re-designed, rebuilt from the ground up in 2011, and expanded from 4,200 square feet to more than 6,497 square feet of living area.

From the grand gated entry, prospective buyers will notice impressive features, water vistas, and a home that is ideal for a family and entertaining. Inside, Creston and Lutron system touch panels operate every aspect of the home’s technology, including interior and exterior lighting, window shades, sound system, home theater, and a subtle video surveillance and alarm security system. Outside, residents can unwind in their free-form private pool area with peaceful water views, and relax in the thoughtfully designed and wired/plumbed exterior summer kitchen and entertainment space.

A beautifully designed gourmet-style kitchen features stainless steel GE Monogram appliances, a built-in wine cooler, Miele coffee maker and a six-burner gas range. Additional amenities include a technology control room, a theater room with a 110-inch screen and Epson Pro Cinema projector, imported Turkish stone, marble and wood flooring, volume ceilings, granite countertops, hardwood cherry built-ins and generous storage. Durable, attractive and easy-to-care-for hurricane-resistant windows and doors are installed throughout and a separate room is prepared for a permanent emergency generator. Each window is wired for motorized blinds.

Contact Ann Jerred at EWM Realty at 954-817-3698 for more information.

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