Newly constructed Plantation-style dream home available in Pinecrest

 

ADVERTORIAL

A brand-new, 10,519-square-foot Plantation-style estate in Pinecrest is available to interested home buyers. Developed by Edgewater Construction Group, Inc., the six-bedroom, eight-and-one-half-bath residence is at 11001 SW 62nd Ave. and is slated for completion this spring. Offered at $4,150,000, it is a stately, two-story landmark, distinguished by top-of-the-line amenities and an expansive floor plan.

Inside, intricate, custom details abound, from a mahogany front door and a foyer finished in marble to living spaces with handcrafted wood wainscoting and high ceilings. The first floor continues to impress with a gourmet-style kitchen and formal living and dining rooms, as well as an office, media room, gym and two bedrooms. Upstairs, hardwood flooring can be enjoyed in all bedrooms, including the master suite, which opens to a spacious terrace overlooking the backyard.

Each bath has been outfitted with luxurious, custom-crafted amenities, including mosaic tile, vanities and frameless shower enclosures. The master bath also offers a spa-like shower with a 36-inch rain showerhead. Specially equipped for entertainment, the home also has a sound system that reaches nearly every room.

Large native live oak and palm trees provide a true Florida feel in the backyard, along with a 25-by-50-foot pool, which has a wading area for sunbathing and fountain jets with lights. Surrounded by a patio deck of natural coral stone pavers, a cabana provides for full-service entertainment with a bar area and space for grilling. The cabana also has a bath and hookups for a television and sound.

Two double garages provide plenty of parking and the home includes several security features, such as installed IP cameras, Grafik Eye lighting control, and a Panasonic phone system, including an intercom, gate control and multi-line phone capability. Impact-resistant and insulated windows and doors and LED recessed lighting make the home energy efficient, and a generator has been installed. The home is elevator ready.

For more information, contact Drew Kern at 305-282-3000 or visit www.DrewKern.com.

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