Rarely is a desirable location so pronounced it sets its own standard.
Sitting among masterful architecture from the past and present this low profile mid century was the home of noted interior designer John Cottrell. Exquisitely designed with no expense spared there are four bedrooms, six bathrooms, herringbone versailles flooring, faux painted walls, French doors and windows, recessed lighting and equipped with central sound and security systems. The kitchen's honed limestone countertops, copper and enamel farmhouse sinks, tumbled marble backsplash, Wolfe range and stove and Integrated Sub Zero refrigeration/freezing system makes this a true chef's paradise. The space combines open and center hall floor plans. There is a walk-in wet bar in the family room and the five European fireplace mantles have been designed to the scale of the rooms. The west facing kitchen, formal dining room, living room, family room and master suite all open out with axial views to the backyard and pool - featuring manicured lawn, shade and palm trees and a formal rose garden with manicured hedges and gravel paths to the pool. This is the intersection where architecture and landscape come together, aesthetically and functionally.