(UPDATE: Under Contract) From the award-winning development team that brought you 581 Myrtle Road comes the second “Farmhouse Chic“ offering in Pine Ridge. No other property in the neighborhood offers this combination of compound-style living and Hamptons-inspired architecture. With a tennis/pickle/basketball court and observation gazebo, detached guest house, pool and 1/2 bath cabana, and 5,600 square feet under air, this property is most certainly one of the most compelling in Naples.
Masterfully constructed by builder Richard M. Donnelly of ROI Naples, in collaboration with Goia Architecture, this design respectfully incorporates the dozens of very mature oak, lychee nut, black olive, and tamarind trees on the property and adds a full screening perimeter of 16-foot arecas and ficus hedge on the 1.23 acres of lush, yet manicured land. With white washed brick gables, a standing seam metal roof, gas lanterns, and a signature polished concrete style entrance, the design aesthetic of this home’s exterior and interior architectural design elements again provides the neighborhood with a bespoke style not often seen in SW Florida.
Traveling in from the front entrance, past the sports court on the left, and the guest house on the right, up the long gravel driveway, is not your typical Naples approach. The house is set quite far back from the road and uniquely angled to allow the maximum opportunity to enjoy all four quadrants of the property equally. The great room features 23’ vaulted ceilings with teak beams, 10’ high fully pocketing glass sliding doors, chevron teak floors, and a contemporary four-sided fireplace separating the living and dining areas enjoyed from 360 degrees. The kitchen is equipped with a full gourmet Wolf/Subzero appliance package, walk-in pantry, 10’ island, and an adjacent wine room and bar designed and built with entertaining in mind. The main home will have 4 en-suite bedrooms, plus den/office, and 1 half bath. The detached guest house will have 1 bedroom and 1 bath with a private patio and porch entrance.