Phenomenal custom home on incredibly private .63 acre lot w/spectacular golf & water views. High ceilings,loads of natural light,rich architectural detail,arched windows & custom crown moldings. Stunning kitchen remodel w/quartzite countertops,2 gas ovens & 2 electric ovens,8 burner Viking gas cook-top & wine fridge for 141 bottles. Master Suite w/separate his & her baths,beyond large walk-in closet,small office/gym & entire wall of windows w/unbelievable view. 4 bedrooms in the main home all w/ensuite baths. Pool house is perfect w/living room,full kitchen,2 guest suites & one very large Jack-n-Jill bath as well as 1 half bath. Resort-like salt water pool & spa w/ travertine marble&summer kitchen. All LED lights,wired for smart house 4.5 car garage.View Virtual Tour
< 4 Floors, Contemporary, Mediterranean
Basketball, Clubhouse, Exercise Room, Golf Course, Manager on Site, Pool, Putting Green, Sidewalks, Street Lights, Tennis
Cable, 3-Phase Electric, Public Sewer, Public Water
2+ Spaces, Driveway, Garage - Attached, Golf Cart
Equipment Included, Heated, Inground, Salt Water, Spa
Bar, Built-in Shelves, Cook Island, Ctdrl/Vault Ceilings, Decorative Fireplace, Fireplace(s), Foyer, Laundry Tub, Pantry, Roman Tub, Sky Light(s), Volume Ceiling, Walk-in Closet, Wet Bar
Auto Garage Open, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Freezer, Ice Maker, Microwave, Range - Gas, Refrigerator, Wall Oven, Washer, Water Heater - Elec
Auto Sprinkler, Built-in Grill, Custom Lighting, Open Patio, Summer Kitchen, Zoned Sprinkler
1/2 to < 1 Acre, Cul-De-Sac, Golf Front, Paved Road, Private Road, Sidewalks, West of US-1
If you like oysters, head over to Spoto's, where black and white photographs of oyster fishermen adorn the walls. The polished tables give the eatery a country club look. Spoto's serves up a delightful bowl of New England clam chowder and an impressive variety of oysters and clams. Sit outside on the patio to take advantage of the area's perfect weather.
Palm Beach Gardens is located 5 miles north of West Palm Beach, off Interstate 95.
Palm Beach Gardens was developed by John D. MacArthur in 1959. His original chosen name for the city was Palm Beach City, but this name was not approved by Florida legislature. Therefore, MacArthur named the city Palm Beach Gardens.
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Listing information last updated on April 6th, 2020 at 7:15pm EDT.