Florida masterpiece with reflection pool, floating bar, and parking for a yacht in prestigious Las Olas Isles in Fort Lauderdale, also known as “The Venice of America,” hits the market for $15.8 million. 455 Bontona Avenue is listed by Chad Carroll and Austin Birkman with The Carroll Group at Compass.
This 6-bedroom, 7 and 2-half-bath sprawling residence with 100 ft of water frontage was conceptualized by Argentinian T + T arquitectos and Miami-based AIR architects. The home’s architecture is rooted in formal simplicity and fully integrates water, with the front entrance path placed over a reflection pool.
Inside, the two-story foyer is crossed by a 60-foot-long, T-shaped pool, bringing water inside and drawing sight lines through to the home’s 100 feet of water frontage in the backyard.
The 7,590 sq ft of living space is characterized by a careful minimalist design that lets the surrounding natural beauty take center stage, starting at the ground level. Seamless indoor/outdoor living flows from the chef’s kitchen and living areas through to the outdoor pool deck, sunken fire pit, and floating bar. Two levels of secluded outdoor living space, on the third and fourth levels surrounded by lush landscaping, cement this masterpiece’s nature-inspired vision.
The third level features a covered entertaining layout with a summer kitchen and bar, while the other half is an all-encompassing primary bedroom suite. The suite is complete with a spacious closet, his-and-her bathroom, office/tearoom, morning bar, designated laundry area, and private deck.
The fourth-level rooftop of this lavish gem in Las Olas Isles is the ultimate space to admire the best of South Florida living or soak in sunrise views of the Intracoastal and sunset views of the downtown Fort Lauderdale skyline.
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