HOUSE OF THE WEEK

Waterfront estate in Sunrise Harbour offers stunning views, no bridges to bay

 

ADVERTORIAL

This elegant waterfront residence in the guard-gated Coral Gables community of Sunrise Harbour features five bedrooms, six baths and a seemingly endless list of amenities. From its location on the waterway at 6920 Sunrise Dr., the home, priced at $2,995,000, has no bridges to Biscayne Bay – a prime convenience for avid boaters.

The spacious living areas feature wide windows, volume ceilings and hardwood and travertine marble floors. The gourmet-style eat-in kitchen has been outfitted with custom millwork, top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a cooking island and a wine cooler. The formal living room has a balcony and the dining room looks out over lush landscaping.

On the second floor, the grand master suite, accessed by double-doors, features water views, high ceilings, and his-and-hers walk-in closets. The elegant master bath is graced with a unique example of 20th century Indian furniture and a whirlpool spa. In addition to the master suite, there are two en-suite bedrooms upstairs, both with walk-in closets.

French doors in the family room open to a covered patio that has a summer kitchen plus a built-in bar and barbecue. The pool and cabana bath are adjacent to the home’s 100-foot seawall, 80-foot dock and 20,000-pound boatlift.

Adding to the estate’s multitude of conveniences, it has a two-car garage, hurricane impact doors and windows, California shutters, a basement and a generator.

For more information, contact Janine Carro, 786-586-6958 and Drew Kern, 305-282-3000. 

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