515 025 046,50 kr
Palm Beach US United States
22975 sqft (2134 sqm)
This new ocean-to-Intracoastal estate exemplifies clean coastal style and airy elegance. On a 1.93-acre site with nearly 200 feet of ocean beach and 180 feet of lake frontage, this residence and guesthouse are enveloped by lush landscaping conceived by Nievera Williams Design. Award-winning architectural firm Bridges & Marsh designed the estate, which features seven bedrooms and 14 baths.
Primary living and entertaining spaces are located on the main level, which offers water views throughout. In the kitchen, the use of white marble and quartz reflects a sleek modern aesthetic; it also boasts a large island, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, mahogany cabinetry, polished nickel fixtures, and a charming circular breakfast nook. Nearby is a family room, which has a fireplace and leads to a water-view loggia and the terrace. The dining room adjoins the kitchen and is accompanied by a butler’s pantry. A handsome library and a lounge with a bar augment the options for elegant living. Two loggias—one with spectacular ocean views—open off the living room, which features chevron-patterned wood floors and a fireplace.
A master retreat with a morning bar, his and her baths and walk-in closets, a dressing area, and east- and west-facing loggias and balconies is located on the second level. The three-bedroom guest wing includes its own sitting area and elevator access. On the lower level are spaces for private relaxation, including a theater, a massage room, a sauna, an exercise area, and a cabana with an open-air bar and loggia. A four-car garage completes the impressive picture.
The sparkling infinity-edge pool and spa are surrounded by expansive terraces. The freestanding guesthouse echoes the main residence in elegance and style, with limestone flooring, an oak stairway, vaulted cypress ceilings, a tranquil living area, a restful bedroom, and a bath clad in classic subway tile.
The estate also includes a private pier on the Intracoastal Waterway and a beach cabana.