The location is as good as it gets — literally steps from dozens of restaurants and night clubs, Oak Street Beach and the shops on Oak Street, on a tree-lined block lined with beautiful vintage homes.
There’s parking for 4 cars, including a 2-car garage, and a variety of outdoor spaces. You can relax in seclusion on a 1,200 square foot rooftop deck, host a party in your front yard or play with the dog in the side yard.
The interior is equally unusual for the Gold Coast, with an open first floor entertaining area spanning 100 feet from the bay-windowed parlor to the deGiulio kitchen.
The home was designed by John Wellborn Root and completed in 1892. It was completely renovated in the 1990s, but little of the interior’s period details had survived to that time.
There’s much more to see in this 7,000 square foot, 4-bedroom, 5 ½ bath home. An English butler greets you at the door of a broker’s open house in the sponsored video, and Coldwell Banker’s Meladee Hughes is your tour guide for the home.
You’ll also meet Pierre Lasserre, the manager of The Carlton Club at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, who’ll tell you about the club. At the time of the video, a club membership was included with the purchase of the home.
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