This fascinating Orlando home was designed by an award-winning resort architect
This incredible four-bedroom, three-bath home is considered one of Orlando's most interesting, in no small part because it was designed by a well-known published author and hospitality resort architect with a "contemporary industrial" style. Reduced from $1,350,000 in May to $1,155,000 this month, its sprawling 4,250 square feet sit on a half-acre waterfront lot, where poolside views overlook spring-fed Lake Conway.
The living space has 18-foot ceilings with a floor-to-ceiling glass wall to bring natural light inside all day long. Turkish travertine and Italian porcelain finishes are found throughout, with Saltillo tile, pecky cypress, red-oak floors and custom Poggenpohl kitchen cabinets. A steel-beamed loft provides a fine creative space, and a round dining room surrounded by glass block is the perfect setting for guests. The master bedroom has a high-vaulted cedar ceiling, dressing room and sitting area, a built-in desk, walk-in closet and private balcony. The guest wing has a two bedrooms with a full bathroom, two walk-in closets and game room, all with their own sliding-glass doors leading to the lake.
The property has a three-hole putting green and 18 feet of Sea Ray ski-boat stays for year-round boating, waterskiing and swimming, plus it's close to Orlando International Airport.
The listing is held by Steve Schiffer of Olde Town Brokers, Inc., and you can find out more at 1554waterwitch.info.
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