HOUSE OF THE WEEK

Fairy-tale lifestyle awaits next owner of artfully designed South Miami-Dade estate

 

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From its enchanting setting at 25791 SW 167th Ave. in Miami, this 19,222-square-foot estate, known as Chateau Artisan, sits on nearly 14 acres amid a private lake and regal gardens. Designed by the renowned architectural firm Sieger Suarez Architectural Partnership, the eight-bedroom, five-bath and five-powder room estate is truly one-of-a-kind. Impeccably built using the highest quality materials and furnishings, the extremely private offering, priced at $10.9 million, is tucked away behind stately wrought-iron gates and rivals the architecture and design of some of the finest chateaus in France.

Through charming archways, a tree-lined gravel drive leads to the home’s dramatic entry. Inside, the chateau is symmetrical on all three levels, accented by vaulted ceilings, arched doors and marble flooring. With its sparkling chandeliers, handsome tapestries and 40-foot ceilings, the great room is stunning and opens to a large terrace through mahogany French doors. Bedrooms provide luxurious accommodations for residents and guests, while a state-of-the-art movie theater and game room ensure ample entertainment opportunities. The estate’s spacious kitchen is custom-built with cherry wood cabinetry, a walk-in pantry, a large island, granite finishes and top-of-the-line appliances.

Every aspect of the property has been meticulously planned. Surrounding the chateau are vast lawns, a coral stone labyrinth, a rose garden and a private lake with white and black swans. Past the rear doorways, oversize koi pond and covered patios, an expansive leisure area is adjacent to a black granite-tile pool and a covered, black-tile Jacuzzi. A unique landscape feature resembles the ruins of ancient times, complete with levels ascending to the summit to reveal a large fire pit. A barbecue gazebo, dining gazebo and boathouse add to the estate’s fairytale array of outdoor amenities. The residence also has a full-house generator and hurricane-proof glass throughout.

For more information, contact Judy Zeder at 305-613-5550 or Nathan Zeder at 786-252-4023, or visit www.allmiami realestate.com.

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