Elegant, custom-built golf course estate in Parkland
02/22/2013 12:27 PM
02/22/2013 12:29 PM
EWM Realty International is opening the doors of this two-story architectural masterpiece in Parkland Golf & Country Club to prospective buyers. The lush and spacious dream home – custom-built by the renowned Ellemar development firm and located at 7277 Stonegate Blvd. in Parkland – is priced at $2,995,000 and offers verdant golf course and pool views from nearly every room. With five bedrooms, five and one half baths and a litany of lavish amenities, it’s the ultimate homesite for a family.
The estate’s open floor plan is expansive, encompassing 10,269 total square feet. Living areas are complemented by chiseled French travertine and maple hardwood flooring, wide impact-resistant windows and spectacular vaulted ceilings with cupola and cedar-lined details. The gourmet-style kitchen is stunning in design and has rich wood cabinetry, marble countertops, top-of-the-line appliances and custom lighting. There is also a wine room and wet bar – ideal added luxuries for entertaining guests. The massive master suite, which features a sitting area and double-sided fireplace, has been elegantly appointed with fine finishes. Additional spaces include a home theater, an office, a mudroom and a mezzanine.
A large covered patio with a tumbled-marble surface leads to an open saltwater pool and spa, lined with lush colorful foliage and magnolia trees. Additionally, there is an airy summer kitchen and fireplace.
The home is located in the Grand Club Estates section of the affluent gated community and is marked by transitional style and design. A palm-lined driveway, four-car garage and fantastic curb appeal complete the offering.
For more information, contact Jason A. Kapit, Esq., at 954-650-4443 or visit www.7277stonegate.com.
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