HOUSE OF THE WEEK

Pinecrest estate offers fresh design, peaceful luxuries

 

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This exquisite Pinecrest home offers a dramatic departure from standard suburban architecture. Sited on a 39,378-square-foot lot, the plantation-style six-bedroom, seven-and-one-half-bath residence, located at 11710 SW 80th Rd., is priced at $2,345,000.

Custom built in 2005 and boasting a fresh, contemporary design, the estate features a neutral exterior that allows for a delightful contrast from its lush green landscaping. A columned entry sets the precedent for the home’s luxurious offerings and leads to 6,389 square feet of living space dispersed throughout a well-balanced and natural-flowing floor plan.

Open areas displaying travertine marble floors, coffered ceilings and French doors with transom windows provide a calming environment and a prime canvas for the home’s wide variety of custom elements.

Notable features include a mahogany-detailed kitchen with a walk-in pantry, and a sunny family room with a covered veranda. The meticulously planned bedroom wing includes a master suite with its own private veranda, plus three additional family bedrooms. The residence also boasts a separate cabana house — complete with a covered wet bar — and a second-story guesthouse with a large covered terrace.

With floor-to-ceiling French doors, natural light is abundant throughout the home, as are vistas of the expansive patio, pool area and surrounding grounds. Additional luxuries include impact glass, a fireplace, custom wiring for speakers and smart technology, an electronic gate, a large parking court and a three-car garage with storage room.

For further details about this residence, ideal for all levels of entertaining, call Meg Del Valle at 305-753-2325 or Leslie Jones at 305-794-9790.

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