|4373 SQUARE FEET||4 BEDROOMS||4 FULL BATH||1 HALF BATH|
|2 FLOOR||95' 8" WIDTH||76' 7" DEPTH||2 GARAGE BAY|
The architecture of this stunning home brings to mind the hillside villas of Tuscany or perhaps La Rioja. The stucco and stonework, arched windows and Juliet balcony, natural wood timbers and tile roof. All of these come together to create a rustic yet sophisticated style.
Approach the front porch and enter through the double doors to the main foyer. From this viewpoint, you are able to take in the dining room -- so often the hub of joy and celebration in a Mediterranean villa home -- and the view out to the rear lanai. Of course, since inspired by the Mediterranean, there is a wine cellar off the dining room. To your left is the spacious chef's kitchen with a huge island and walk-in pantry. Of special note is the breakfast nook with its circular walls. The open kitchen faces the two-story family room with its fireplace and access to both the terrace and rear lanai.
Returning to the main foyer, on the other side of the home is a circular staircase leading to the second floor. But before making your way upstairs, be sure to visit the study and guest room. And finally, take a peek at the master suite with its vaulted ceiling, master bath with garden tub, separate his-and-her sink vanities, a walk-in shower, and a water closet. There is also a spacious walk-in closet.
Now, head up the "tower" using the spiral staircase to the second floor. Upstairs, you will first find yourself in the game room, which looks out onto the terrace. There is also a computer/desk space, and two more bedrooms - each with its own full bathroom.
Your last stop is the basement with its own game room and private terrace (this option is ideal for sloped lots).
In all, this home has 4373 square feet of living space, 4 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, and 1 half-bath.