Designed by famed architect Charles Paul Neider and built in 1939, this historic home is situated on 26,000 square feet of property in Coral Gables. Impeccably maintained by its owners and updated to include modern amenities, the residence is at 2507 Country Club Prado. Priced at $2,700,000, it is considered a transitionally designed structure, emphasizing Mediterranean Revival with Art Moderne characteristics.
Featuring six bedrooms and six-and-one-half baths, the property is private, walled-in and complemented by lush, tropical landscaping. An arched entryway opens to a large foyer and dramatic staircase, and an adjoining, ample-size living room that boasts picture windows, a slate and marble fireplace, and French doors. The living area opens to a stunning pool area.
The ceiling has been properly restored to highlight intricately carved details. The expansive formal dining room looks out over famed Country Club Prado and its floors have been well-kept to preserve their original splendor. The sleek kitchen has been outfitted with granite countertops, high-end stainless steel appliances and highly polished woodwork with rounded corners – unique details that highlight the home’s Deco influence.
Upstairs, the tile flooring in each of the four suites, including the master bedroom, has been carefully renovated. Each room has its own bath and some rooms feature balconies that overlook the gardens. The master bedroom is a more recent addition to the residence, one that maintains the original grandeur of the property and has a balcony with French doors, a small seating area, a separate office or nursery, and a large bath with tile and marble finishes. The home was designated “historically significant” in 1991.
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