Sight to Behold

Where: Las Olas Isles, Fort Lauderdale
Floor size: 17,352 total square feet
Bedrooms/baths: 7 bedrooms, 6 full baths, 5 half baths
Details: This majestic estate on an elevated, full-acre double point lot features three property sides along the water (as well as a 350-foot concrete dock) and panoramic views of the Intracoastal and New River. Conceived by Palm Beach architect Jeffery Smith, with interior design by New York’s Bunny Williams, the layout is rich with jaw-dropping elements: a private whisper-ride elevator; custom marble slab throughout; Italian terrazzo flooring in much of the main level, with custom fabricated oak floors on the second level; a massage room; gourmet chef’s kitchen with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, as well as Lavastone countertops; two fireplaces with antique surrounds; invisible shower drains in the king’s and queen’s bathrooms; stair railings that recall the famed Villa La Pietra estate in Florence; two home offices, an upstairs kitchen, seven balconies, a riverfront library, and a four-car garage. Exterior treatments include a five-hole putting green, an outdoor kitchen, two outdoor bathrooms and a heated swimming pool with salt-generated filtration. (More info available for qualified buyers.)
Listing price: $39 million
Agents/contacts: Katrina S. Campins, Campins Group, [email protected], 786.493.5652

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