Tee It Up

Where: 7897 Blue Sage Way, Parkland
Floor size: 6,222 square feet
Bedrooms/baths: 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 1 half bath
Details: Prestigious Parkland Golf & Country Club serves as the gated backdrop for this sprawling two-story estate that’s built with entertainment in mind. Look no further than the movie room, two bars, game room, exquisite pool area and hot tub—plus, a state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen and three built-in Sub-Zero wine refrigerators. The property, which overlooks the golf course, includes a four-car garage, Crestron home automation system and a host of upgrades.
Listing price: $2,879,999
Agent/contact: Abigail Sorbara, Travers Miran Realty, 954.621.6265

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