This $6.6 million Orlando home on an 18-hole golf course features a two-story wine room
It's a heavy dose of local luxury. This 12,000-square-foot home has six bedrooms, six full baths (and four half-bathrooms), sits on its own 0.76 acres inside the Lake Nona Golf & Country Club, in the heart of the Southeast Orlando community.
Located next to the 10th fairway, this "transitional estate" was designed by Nasrallah Architectural Group and built in 2014 by Akers Custom Homes, with craftsmanship in every room. The grand foyer features a custom-commissioned entry with 24-foot ceilings and onyx inlay flooring. The living area has a dual-sided gas fireplace, automated sheer and shade panels, and an onyx bar with custom cabinets.
The central attraction of the home is its temperature-controlled, two-story wine room, built of glass-and-steel by Circle Redmont, described as "the only one of its kind in the United States." The family room has motorized drapery and sliding glass doors, opening to the outside, where a spacious outdoor living area has a covered lanai, fireplace, retractable screens, and a summer kitchen. There are pools and fountains, of course.
The "epicurean kitchen" has a jaw-dropping 16-foot marble island and breakfast bar that will have you screaming "squatter's rights" (please leave if the Realtor asks you to). The property also includes two built-in offices, a private in-law suite with separate bedroom and living room, and separate garages for three cars, one car, and you golf carts, of course. You have to see it to believe it. After checking out the photos, decide if you want to take a deeper virtual tour. You know, before you buy.
The $6,599,000 listing is managed by agent Tom Lewis of Lake Nona Realty LLC.
Photos via Realtor.com, unless indicated otherwise. An earlier version indicated a larger square footage, but was changed to 12,000 square feet, the actual area that is air-conditioned.