The tranquil wide waters of Lake Placid set the scene for stylish resort-at-home living in this newly built estate featuring deep-draft dockage in a choice location for the yachter, just north of the Lighthouse Point Marina, right off the Intracoastal Waterway and only minutes from the Hillsboro Inlet. A refined modern rendition of coastal architecture, the five-bedroom residence was designed by Boca Raton architect Anthony Cosentino and custom built by Zahn Builders, a high-end Lighthouse Point-based firm with a long-standing reputation for excellence.
Today's relaxed way of life has inspired the easy flow of the fashionable interiors in a fresh and airy atmosphere with walls of glass placing attention on the sweeping scenes of Lake Placid. For effortless entertaining, all main living areas open out to the waterfront lanai and terrace by the infinity pool. Designed for maximum privacy, the bedrooms feature a spa-like master retreat with its own picturesque view of Lake Placid. Complete with amenities ensuring the utmost comfort and convenience, this exquisite new residence stands out as an exceptional waterfront estate on serene Lake Placid.
Northeast 30th Street, Lighthouse Point, Florida. The gracious yachting community of Lighthouse Point is nestled on the Intracoastal Waterway where the historic Hillsboro Lighthouse stands sentry over the inlet to the Atlantic Ocean. In a scenic setting of winding waterways and tree-lined streets, Lighthouse Point is centrally located between Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton, with ocean beaches a short drive away.
Fronting 100+/- feet on Lake Placid, this new modern coastal-inspired estate commands panoramic waterway scenes and provides full-service yacht dockage. Window walls open the water side of the residence to the marble-finished outdoor living space where a summer kitchen serves the dining lanai by the heated infinity pool with spillover spa. Night lighting complements the professionally landscaped grounds.
Fresh and inviting, this well-engineered residence totals 7,587+/- square feet with five bedrooms, six and a-half baths, walk-in closets, upstairs/downstairs laundry areas, and a three-bay garage with room for a car lift. Special features include PGT Low-E impact-glass windows, an elevator, four-zone air conditioning, a central vacuum system, and Category-5 wiring. Marble floors flow through the main level, with oak floors in a subtle weathered finish upstairs, and high ceilings on both levels.
First Floor: Mahogany double doors open to the expansive water view in the front-to-back great room where the living and dining areas are glassed with an airy window wall spanning the lanai. Pocket doors give flexibility to open or separate the room from the chef's kitchen and combined morning room wrapped with waterfront window walls. In an elegant architectural design with custom cabinetry and quartz counters, the kitchen offers high-end appliances including a Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer, wine cooler, dual Bosch dishwashers, and a Bosch down-draft induction cooktop on the island with bar counter. Across the great room, the waterfront club room serves guests with a wet bar backed in split-faced stacked stone. The full bath doubles as the cabana bath. A powder room and private guest suite are also on this level.
Second Floor: Ascending the elevator or glass-framed staircase leads to the upstairs gallery where double doors enter the large master wing. Opening to a waterfront lanai giving a serene view over Lake Placid, the master bedroom is highlighted by a tray ceiling and adjoins a waterfront sitting room/gym also accessed from the gallery. Two walk-in closets are paired with the spa-like master bath featuring a free-standing soaking tub, frameless glass shower, stacked-stone-backed dual vanities, and a separate water closet. Three more bedroom suites include two which open to the waterfront lanai.
- Single Family
- 6 full / 1 half
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