A Fort Lauderdale Waterfront Estate With Gilded Age Grandeur Lists for $24 Million

A waterfront estate located in the security-patrolled Seven Isles neighborhood of The Las Olas Isles has debuted on the market for $24 million for the first time. Designed for our time, yet crafted with Gilded Age quality, the 2004-built Mediterranean-style wonder is ideally positioned at the confluence of the Middle River and the Intracoastal Waterway, making the most out of its 200-foot dock and wide water views.

The main residence of over 15,000 square feet is defined by formal and casual living spaces, eight large bedroom suites, two family rooms, an executive office, den, bar, wine room, an eat-in estate-sized kitchen with butler pantry, two elevators, three laundries, a theater, gym with sauna and steam bath, six powder rooms and multiple fireplaces.
The formal portion of the home features irreplaceable carved stone cornices, gothic arches, and polished stone columns. Recessed ceilings are finished in exquisite tromp l’oeil including an oval dome above the formal dining room. A unique aspect of the estate is that it was designed to allow for an owner’s side and a completely independent guest house with its own kitchen, laundry, garage, elevator, and four large bedrooms. All bedrooms are open to balconies or terraces.

The outdoor setting was designed to match the grandeur and beauty of the interiors with two rooftop terraces for stargazing and sunsets, a roofed lanai with carved pecky cypress ceiling and a full outdoor kitchen, a meandering saltwater pool with waterfalls and a spa, a large lawn surrounding a gathering terrace and fireplace, multiple patios and a 200 foot long stone covered concrete dock with three shore power pedestals. The walled and gated half-acre property has a wide travertine drive and carpark adjacent to the six-bay air-conditioned garages with room for lifts.

Listed for $24 million by Timothy Singer of Coldwell Banker Realty in Fort Lauderdale, this waterfront masterpiece estate is one for the ages.

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