Nov. 29, 2017 – It’s a home with everything you would want in a luxury estate inside Boca Raton’s exclusive St. Andrew’s County Club community – and much more.
On one-and-a-half lots with long water and sweeping fairway views, the home offers a western exposure perfect for capturing Florida sunsets. Close to the community’s clubhouse, the oversized lot and location offer privacy that are among the community’s finest.
Inside, the grand 13,838-square-foot home just listed by Nestler Poletto Sotheby’s International Realty for $10.8m, is spacious and free-flowing, with a design that connects the exterior patio and balcony spaces with the interior living spaces.
Built in 2013 by an award-winning team led by Terry Cudmore and architect Jay Colestock, with extensive input from the original owner, the property integrates luxury living with functionality and earned recognition as a cover story in Florida Design magazine.
What sets this contemporary residential creation apart from South Florida’s most exceptional residential properties is the artistry of how materials such as the limestone floor tiles from France and exotic natural woods from Africa and South America all come together. Form and function meld seamlessly to create warmth and intimacy throughout.
The layout consists of two wings where all of the family’s living space is on the ground floor. The master suite, which includes a private sitting room and two 600-square-foot well-designed his and her bathrooms, occupies one first floor wing while three bedrooms designed with children in mind make up the other wing.
Separating the two wings are indoor and outdoor family rooms, a central dining area and a modern gourmet kitchen with high ceilings that combined with floor-to-ceiling windows, adds to the feeling of grandeur. Phantom screens and glass doors open the home to a glass-tiled infinity pool with an automated lighting system and automatic fire pits. The area also includes a room-sized sauna and outdoor shower.
Above the master suite is a second-floor office with separate conference area and balcony, which features outstanding views of the golf course’s ninth and 18th holes.
Above the three other downstairs bedrooms are two guest rooms and playroom flanked by a covered terrace. The area includes a mini-kitchen, second laundry room and extra bathroom and is accessible via elevator.
According to Mark Nestler and John Poletto, co-listing agents for the property, “This house makes a bold statement and is the future of South Florida luxury living at its best.”