Driving through picturesque Alhambra Circle, it is easy to spot the impressive gates of 4607 Alhambra Circle. The stately Old Spanish-style residence built in 1932 designed by famed Coral Gables architect Frank Wyatt Wood harkens to days gone by and yet has been entirely updated to meet the standards of today’s buyer, says a spokesperson for the property.
The estate sprawls across almost half an acre and boasts five bedrooms, five-and-half baths and a spacious 5,351-square-feet.
Those who walk through the majestic home can feel the historical ambiance unable to be reproduced in most South Florida homes today, says the spokesperson.
Old Spanish architectural details abound in the Coral Gables gem including a gated courtyard, meticulous moldings, and original pecky cypress cathedral ceilings.
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While the architectural references may mesmerize visitors, the modern amenities are sure to astound them, says the spokesperson.
A gourmet-style, state-of-the-art kitchen appointed with a built-in Miele coffee maker, SubZero refrigerator, and six burner gas cooktop will entice the most professional chef or inspire the most novice cook, says the spokesperson. Anything prepared in the luxurious kitchen is sure to impress guests when served in the formal dining room replete with a tin ceiling and moldings.
To cap off a memorable dinner party, after dinner drinks can be served in the grand living room that showcases the understated elegance that runs like a theme throughout the home, says the spokesperson. The intricately detailed, corner fireplace embodies that very fact.
Those who want a to host a more casual affair, can retreat to the sunroom with friends and later stroll through the lush patio and pool just beyond the French doors.
For more information, contact Carole Smith at 305.710.1010 or visit veryspecialhomes.com.