La Gorce Island home boasts refined French-style elegance

 

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Admired for its ideal location on Miami Beach’s prestigious La Gorce Island, this gated estate exudes sophistication. Impressive architectural details and a dramatic French chateau setting combine to create an offering of singular appeal. The four-bedroom, five-bath home, at 6626 Pinetree Lane, is priced at $2,990,000 and its extraordinary character is evident throughout both interior and exterior spaces. Classic design elements and a meticulous floor plan come together in an artful blend of luxury, comfort and convenience. The result is a stunning residence.

Inside the 3,787-square-foot home, hardwood floors, high volume ceilings and an abundance of natural light complement expansive living areas. A foyer entrance gives way to a gracious living room and presents immediate soothing vistas of the home’s courtyard, pool and patio. The gourmet-style chef’s kitchen, with dark wood details, features a large working island and is complete with stainless steel appliances including a Wolf gas range and Bosch dishwasher. While all the bedrooms are generously scaled and elegantly appointed, the master suite additionally offers a luxurious master bath and walk-in closet. 
 Through the wide expanses of French windows and doors surrounding the home, residents can enjoy a private and covered brick-paved patio with ceiling fans and a summer kitchen. The heated pool area, ideal for entertaining, relaxing and alfresco dining, is accented by lush, tropical landscaping.

For added convenience, the home, on a 12,500-square-foot lot, offers three zones of central air conditioning as well as hurricane impact doors and windows.

For additional details, contact Esther Percal at 305-674-4022 or visit www.EstherPercal.com.

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