Architect’s custom-designed Miami home completely rebuilt, features fine details
08/10/2012 12:46 PM
08/10/2012 12:50 PM
EWM Realty International is giving prospective home buyers in Miami a closer look at a two-story, Key West-style residence that was not only completely rebuilt in 2006, but was custom designed and constructed by the architect who owns it. Located on a large lot near the new Riviera Preparatory School, the home, at 9301 SW 82nd Ave., features six bedrooms and five and one-half baths, and an area that exceeds 5,700 square feet.
Inside, unique architectural details such as travertine floors, fine detailing throughout and volume wood ceilings accent the residence’s multitude of open spaces. The family room, living and dining areas are expansive, and the kitchen, with its large center island, has been outfitted with granite countertops, rich wood cabinetry and state-of-the-art appliances including double ovens, a gas cooktop and under-cabinet lighting. Each of the bedrooms — three of which have private bathrooms and walk-in closets — has wood flooring, and the master suite, offering stunning views of the pool and patio, features a sitting area, vaulted wood ceiling, wood-burning fireplace, separate vanity and large walk-in closet. The master bath has two separately controlled showerheads as well as a rain shower and large Jacuzzi.
The extremely private backyard has a heated pool and is surrounded by an oasis of lush landscaping. In addition to its various amenities and conveniences, the home has energy-saving devices, an underground 1,000-gallon propane tank, wiring to accommodate a generator, impact-resistant doors and windows, wood Bahamas shutters, a metal roof, three zones of high efficiency air-conditioning, sound system, alarm, security cameras and an abundance of storage.
For more information, contact Sheryl DiCarlo at 305-332-3256 or Gregory DiCarlo at 786-514-9386.
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