Classic Spanish-style estate on lush street in North Pinecrest

 

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Gracious living areas and a picturesque setting distinguish this pristine two-story residence. The gated estate, at 8900 SW 62nd Ct., is positioned along a beautifully landscaped street in North Pinecrest and is priced at $3,150,000. With lush grounds encompassing 1.2 acres, Casa Malaga displays classic Spanish-style architecture and stands as a study in quiet elegance.

Every detail of the seven-bedroom, eight-and-one-half-bath home is designed to offer a uniquely luxurious lifestyle. A grand two-story foyer entry at once highlights the home’s generously scaled interiors and immediately establishes the tone of refinement reflected throughout the estate. Meticulously crafted, the residence features finely detailed moldings and high ceilings with a variety of custom treatments. The floor plan, which includes superb living and dining rooms, a family room, a library and a media room/gym, boasts both formal and informal spaces, ideal for grand entertaining as well as relaxing with family and friends.

The kitchen is a chef’s delight, with European wood cabinets, granite countertops and backsplash, three under-counter sinks, top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, a walk-in pantry and a center working island. The family room is also of particular note, with a fireplace and an impressively appointed wet bar. The stunning second floor master suite has a spacious dressing area and large whirlpool tub, providing a spa-like retreat from the world.

Wide expanses of impact windows and doors present tranquil views of the tropically themed grounds and create a seamless transition from interior to exterior spaces. The home’s oversize pool, raised spa, Saturnia-paved deck and covered loggia are complemented by a well-equipped gazebo, offering the perfect spot for alfresco dining.

Additional conveniences include a three-car garage and a brick-paved driveway with a motor court. Casa Malaga is within the highly coveted Pinecrest Elementary school district.

For more information, contact Sheryl DiCarlo at 305-332-3256 or visit www.TheDiCarloGroup.com.

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