Contemporary Masterpiece in Naples, Florida

1770 Galleon Drive

Naples, FL, United States

Listing ID: 6734
Bedrooms: 7

Bathrooms: 9
Living Area: 9,141 square feet
Price: $19,900,000

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The architectural philosophy of architecture where structures are built in harmony with humanity and its environment is a perfect description of this two-story home overlooking Galleon Cove. This brilliantly planned home with inside and outside spaces flowing into one another to create one living space, with no discernable differences, is built at a very comforting and welcoming scale.

The first floor offers 2 bedrooms + study, 3.5 baths and separate 1 bedroom, 1 bath guest quarters. Four additional bedrooms suites and lounge area are on the second floor. Interiors feature Mahogany ceiling treatments and solid mahogany/glass interior doors, heated master bedroom floor, American Walnut flooring, Allikriste cabinetry throughout, Savant Smarthome system, Lutron Homeworks lighting system with LED lights, thumbprint entry for wine room, commercial size elevator, Evo and Viking grills, and Earthstone wood burning pizza oven.

Mexican lava rock decking (heat resistant) was thoughtfully placed around the twin-lane lap pool, spa and outdoor dining area with gas/wood burning fireplace. Notable features of construction include; concrete roof, block walls, poured/formed floors, veneer plaster wall finish in lieu of standard drywall, custom Tischler windows and doors, 1,000 gallon propane tank and A/C garage parking for 5 cars. Thoughtfully designed by Stofft Cooney Architects and meticulously brought to life by BCB Homes. Unique. Quality. Timeless.

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