Lakefront Davie residence boasts impressive upgrades

 

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This exquisitely appointed lakefront home commands one of the most beautiful water views in the desirable guard-gated community of Long Lake in Davie. The six-bedroom, three-and-one-half-bath residence at 10252 N Lake Vista Cir. is priced at $1,175,000 and boasts an impressive array of luxury features. Designed to take full advantage of its superb waterfront setting, the home’s manicured grounds encompass 25,750 square feet, affording ample room for its resort-style pool, spa and deck. The generously scaled interiors include 4,335 square feet of living area.

Every detail of the residence highlights its focus on luxury. A variety of interior and exterior spaces offer the ideal venue for comfortable family living, as well as entertaining with an elegant South Florida flair. The gourmet-style island kitchen is complete with 2012 Bosch and Samsung appliances, granite countertops, wood cabinets, a snack bar and an adjacent breakfast nook. There is, additionally, a formal dining room plus a fully equipped poolside summer kitchen with a barbecue and tiki bar.

Volume ceilings, along with wide expanses of windows and glass doors, simultaneously enhance the home’s sense of space and serve to create a seamless transition from indoor to outdoor living areas. Distinctive architectural details, including inlay walls, custom ceiling treatments and built-in shelving, coupled with fine finishes such as Euro blonde maple wood floors, complement the home’s unique charm. While there is an easy flow from room to room, the triple split floor plan also allows a heightened level of privacy, particularly for the lavish master suite, within the home’s west wing.

Long Lake offers basketball, tennis, playground and sidewalk trails, and is close to Tree Tops Park, A-plus schools, shops, theaters and restaurants, and is within 20 minutes of Fort Lauderdale International Airport and the beaches.

For more information, contact Rodd Sheradsky at 954-560-2717 or visit ww.roddrealtor.com.

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