Miramar residence offers custom features, new finishes

 

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This impressive two-story home, in the Sunset Lakes enclave of Miramar, features six bedrooms, four baths and nearly 4,000 square feet of living space under air. Priced at $565,000, the residence, at 5463 SW 186th Way, is ideal for a family and distinguished by its oversize living areas and screen-enclosed pool and patio.

The professionally painted interior is accented by warm colors, custom lighting, wide windows and glass doors. The kitchen has been outfitted with granite countertops, new stainless steel appliances, wood cabinetry and an island. There is additionally an expansive bedroom on the first floor which can double as an office. A staircase, newly finished in marble, leads to the home’s second level, which has new porcelain tile throughout. While each of the bedrooms is generously scaled, the master suite is particularly luxurious with a large sitting area and spacious his-and-hers closets. A second mini-master is also located upstairs and features a private bath as well as a huge walk-in closet. The family room is complete with surround-sound, and custom curtains are displayed in both the living and dining rooms.

Outside, a large screen enclosure surrounds the entire pool and deck area. Here, a tranquil waterfall, outdoor speakers and a TV hookup create the perfect setting for relaxing and entertaining with a South Florida flair. To help ensure the safety of families with young children, a baby guard fence encircles the pool.

For added convenience, the home has custom, top-of-the-line accordion shutters.

For more information, contact Sandra Rathe at 954-547-4601 or visit www.SandraRathe.com.

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