HOUSE OF THE WEEK

Luxury golf course residence in Parkland’s Heron Estates

 

ADVERTORIAL

A golf lover’s paradise awaits potential buyers in Parkland’s gated enclave of Heron Estates. Professionally designed and carefully crafted by the renowned Mracheck Brothers, the seven-bedroom, six-and-one-half-bath compound, which features a loft, is at 6625 NW 122nd Ave. and priced at $2,499,000. With an array of luxurious amenities, complemented by stately architecture and breathtaking views of the adjacent golf course and lake, it’s a dream home for the high life.

Inside the two-story offering where no detail has been overlooked, residents can enjoy more than 7,900 square feet of living space, spread throughout an expansive floor plan. A winding staircase, regal in appearance, greets guests at the front entrance. Custom moldings, large windows, vaulted ceilings, and wood and marble floors further accent the stately home. The kitchen is lavish: in addition to a wood ceiling and elegant wood cabinetry, it has been outfitted with top-of-the-line Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer, a Thermador double oven, a Viking range with lower ovens, two dishwashers, a mosaic backsplash and granite countertops.

The bedrooms are substantial in size and feature wood floors and carpeting. There is additionally a spacious home theater with stadium seating and a unique, fiber optic twinkling ceiling, designed to resemble distant stars.

Outside, views of the water and golf course are unparalleled from the home’s resort-like patio and gas-heated pool and spa. There is a summer kitchen with barbeque and refrigerator and an ample covered space, ideal for entertaining family and guests. For added convenience, the home has a 24-hour security system with closed-circuit television, a whole-house gas generator, central vacuum and hurricane-impact glass throughout.

The home, which sits on a cul-de-sac lot, also has a circular driveway with dual, two-car garages. Residents also have access to Heron Estate’s amenities and clubhouse.

For more information, contact Bobby Auerbach at 954-547-3600.

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