Nestled in the historic neighborhood of Old Floresta, this 2017 constructed Spanish-Colonial inspired estate boasts stunning architectural design surrounded by beautiful Pink Silk Floss trees and well-kept gardens. With 6 bedrooms and over 7,000 square feet under roof, this palatial residence offers complete privacy on sprawling grounds adorned with mature areca palms. The spacious living areas feature Italian porcelain flooring, chic chandeliers, crown molding, and volume ceilings. The high impact windows and doors allow natural light to flood the home. The gourmet kitchen features stainless steel Wolf appliances, an 11-foot island, and an airy breakfast room overlooking the lanai. The luxurious master suite, situated on the first floor for added privacy, features duel water closets...
...walk-in closets, a separate laundry room, and a bonus sitting room that could double as a home office or gym. The main level guest wing with a full bath is separate and distinct and ideal for in-law or staff quarters. Upstairs, four bedrooms (one has been converted into a theater) offer serene tree-top views, and a loft and additional laundry room complete the level. The resort-style saltwater pool and entertainment area, accompanied by a cabana bath, are framed by pecky cypress ceilings and shutters and a brick-paved drive leading to a 3-bay garage.
Old Floresta is a historic neighborhood located in Boca Raton, Florida. It was developed in the 1920s as a planned community, and is known for its Mediterranean Revival-style architecture and lush landscaping. The neighborhood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Old Floresta is situated just east of the downtown area of Boca Raton, and is bordered by Palmetto Park Road to the south, Mizner Boulevard to the east, NW 5th Avenue to the west, and NW 13th Street to the north. The neighborhood features winding streets, large trees, and beautiful homes with unique architectural features.
Many of the homes in Old Floresta were designed by noted architect Addison Mizner, who is known for his contributions to the development of Boca Raton's architectural style. The houses in Old Floresta feature stucco walls, red tile roofs, and wrought-iron details, as well as lush landscaping that gives the neighborhood a tropical feel.
Old Floresta is a highly sought-after neighborhood due to its historic charm, central location, and proximity to a variety of amenities, such as the Boca Raton Resort & Club, Mizner Park, and the beaches.
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