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04-27-2012, 05:16 PM #1
Gated Oceanfront Estate : Delray, Florida : $19,500,000
Gated Oceanfront Estate in beautiful Delray, Florida. Price Tag: $19,5 Mil
1111 South Ocean Boulevard
Delray Beach, Florida
Underscoring the transformative beauty of nature and architecture, this serene oceanfront masterwork embodies the principles of design espoused by Frank Lloyd Wright, widely considered the greatest architect of the 20th century. Sheltering rooflines and multi-level garden terraces reinforce the intimate connection of the residence with its landscape, an alluring oasis elevated high above the ocean in Delray Beach’s estate section.
Zen-like tranquility fills this sublime modern classic designed by noted architect Randall Stofft and constructed in 2005 by high-end custom builder Terry Cudmore. Fine natural materials are crafted with artistic vision, rendering each detail an object of beauty.
Arranged on three levels, the expansive nearly 15,000-square-foot living space is tempered with an intuitive sense of scale. Carefully selected turn-key furnishings, imported from around the world, add to the overall feeling of unity and elegant ease. Glass walls beckon to the outdoors, where lounge terraces center on an exquisite pool with river-like waterfall in the absolutely mesmerizing backdrop of open ocean vistas and the sounds of the surf.
South Ocean Boulevard, Delray Beach, Florida. Delray Beach is renowned for its award-winning beaches and vibrant downtown district combining Old Florida charm with cosmopolitan shopping and dining.
Directly on 120± feet of prime oceanfront, this lushly landscaped Delray Beach estate sits above the high dunes and is secluded behind 8-foot-high privacy walls. A gated entry serves the brick motor court and side drive to the car collector’s 8-12 bay garage. Overlooking the ocean, extensive multi-level terraces with striking night lighting set the stage for outdoor entertaining. A meandering waterfall spills into the heated spa and pool, next to the cabana with full summer kitchen and bath. A dune pathway leads onto the sands.
This masterfully custom-designed residence showcases a wealth of stunning details and turn-key furnishings, and encompasses a total of 19,364± square feet on 3 levels with commercial-size elevator, 7 bedrooms, 10 full and 4 half baths. Myriad special features include the Japanese clay tile roof, Icynene attic insulation, multi-faceted security system, 3-zone Trane air conditioning with ultra-violet purifier, 4 120-gallon Rheem water heaters, Lutron lighting, Crestron electronics, indoor/outdoor sound system, central vacuum system, and generator. Other features include Weather Shield impact-glass windows and exterior doors, Italian interior doors, and architectural ceiling treatments.
Main level: Italian double doors enter the dramatic 24-foot-high foyer appointed with travertine flooring and copper spot lighting. Ocean views open through glass doors transitioning into the elegant window-walled living room with architecturally designed cross-beamed ceiling and surround-sound system. Glass doors promote an open flow to the oceanfront lanai and patio. Banks of windows lining the formal dining room overlook the front garden patio. Adjacent is a full-service butler’s pantry with wine storage. Unifying form and function, the epicurean’s kitchen features Neff cabinetry, granite counters and backsplashes, 2 islands, 2 copper sinks, a Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer, Sub-Zero refrigerator drawers, 2 Maytag dishwashers, Thermador double ovens and microwave, Miele glass range with RangeCraft copper hood, and Miele steamer. Ocean views fill the angled window walls in the breakfast area which leads to the lanai. Also leading to the oceanfront lanai, the game room features Guatambu wood flooring, a built-in wet bar, professional-size pool table, and planetarium-themed barrel ceiling. Two private offices face the front gardens. Three powder rooms and a laundry/utility room serve this level. Opening to a private oceanfront patio, the serene master suite features a sitting area, 2 walk-in closets, and 2 spa-style travertine baths, one with a sunken jetted tub under a stained glass window.
Upper Level: A relaxing oceanfront deck opens off the loft lounge with wet bar. Five spacious bedrooms, 2 with oceanfront balconies, all have walk-in closets and slate-floored en-suite baths.
Lower Level: The surround-sound theater has a 122-inch screen, reclining leather seating, and fabric-covered walls. There is also a ping-pong room, fully equipped gym, snack bath, full bath, and dog grooming room. Served by a private outside entry, the staff suite has its own kitchenette and bath. Storage/utility space completes this level
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Last edited by Aimee; 04-27-2012 at 07:57 PM.
04-27-2012, 05:21 PM #2
Who do I write the check to?"People don't buy what you do, they buy WHY you do it" - TED speaker Simon Sinek
"True independence and freedom can only exist in doing what's right." - Brigham Young
"Act as if... " - The boiler room
04-27-2012, 05:28 PM #3
I ride by this house when cycling on A1A. There are quite a few others on this stretch that are just as amazing. I love the ones that have a matching boat house across the street and have a 100'+ Yacht parked.
04-27-2012, 05:35 PM #4
04-27-2012, 05:36 PM #5
My kind of garage!
04-28-2012, 12:30 AM #62012 BMW 335is, Black on Black
"I don't like to speed. But i like to get to my destination as fast as possible" -Jeff Koons
04-28-2012, 12:49 AM #7
It's the place to live. Cycle past houses even crazier than this every day.
+1 on all the yachts on the intracostal.
I'd like to house sit these for 6mo at a time.
04-28-2012, 01:14 AM #8
It's a crazy house. Been in it couple of times. His yacht not so bad either. A lot of lights in both.Push it to the LIMIT
05-01-2012, 12:22 AM #9
Driven by this house numerous times as well, impressive place!
05-07-2012, 12:14 AM #10Junior Member
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SO that's what one of those houses looks like, lol... I drive by there once in a while. Agree the docks accross the streets are pretty nice as well on some of them.