Designed by noted South Florida architect Paul Robin John in 1988, this architectural stunner is an excellent example of the Modernist lines and light-filled spaces of his earlier works such as the Slater House in Boca Raton and Ft. Lauderdale?s City Hall.
Nestled on over two lush acres, the home?s full-length screened porch and 40-foot infinity pool overlook towering live oaks, wooded marsh, and spectacular sunsets, ensuring maximum privacy. It is an entertainer?s and nature-lover?s dream.
Inside, light streams through the wall-to-wall sliders and clerestory windows that line the back of the home, highlighting the 19-foot ceilings in the spacious living and dining areas. Wood floors and stunning fireplace add a touch of warmth, while the long gallery that separates the master wing from the living and guest sections of the home creates privacy for the owner and provides ample space for displaying art and sculpture.
The updated kitchen, with sparkling quartz countertops and stainless appliances, is a dream for the accomplished chef. Clean-lined maple cabinetry is abundant throughout the home. The kitchen opens to a family room and built-in bar area that overlook the pool and porch. Three separate HVAC systems ensure comfort throughout the home.
Located in a neighborhood of beautiful custom homes ? but entirely private — the galleries and dining of Mount Dora are less than a mile away. It is approximately 30 minutes to Orlando, 45 minutes to the airport, and an hour to the beaches and Disney.