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11 NOV

451 Surfside Lane | Surfside Hills | Juno Beach

By Jeff Lichtenstein

Just steps from the cerulean waters of the Atlantic Ocean, this 3025-square-foot, custom coastal Mediterranean beach home at 451 Surfside Lane in Surfside Hills in Juno Beach, built in 1998, has been architecturally crafted and oriented to take maximum advantage of ocean views while having an open floorplan throughout.

The exterior features cast stone, multiple balconies, a Tuscan flavor, and grand stature. As you enter the inlaid marble foyer, you see a sweeping wrought-iron circular staircase to your right, the ocean straight ahead, and excitement. The interior of this 4BR/4½BA home has flooring primarily of Saturnia marble set on a diagonal with floor-to-ceiling glass to bring the outdoors in. There is extensive use of ceiling crown moldings.

No expense has been spared by the homeowners in creating the home they are now selling. The gourmet kitchen is fit for the enterprising homemaker with light wood cabinetry, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, range top, wine cooler, and pantry.

The formal dining room is faux painted with beautiful draperies and chair rail mouldings. The breakfast room has picturesque windows and a seashell chandelier.

There are 2 master bedroom suites on different floors, both facing the ocean, with all marble baths, Jacuzzi tubs, double door entries, and large California walk-in closets. The other 2 bedrooms are spacious; one is presently in use as an office with a full bath, cherry walls and mouldings, boxed coffered ceiling, wet bar, speakers, and French doors.

The heated Pebble Tek pool has a heated waterfall spa, a tumbled-marble brick deck, and a fenced area for a dog run. To the northeast is a vacant grassed area never to be built upon, owned by the Town of Juno Beach, which may someday become a park.

The house has a 25kw generator, two 40-gallon water heaters, hurricane shutters, newer 3-ton air conditioners, and an HOA of only $80 per month, which includes landscaping, irrigation, and outdoor lighting for common property. There is a man-cave workshop in the garage. This home epitomizes Florida’s fun-in-the-sun lifestyle!

451 Surfside Lane
451 Surfside Lane – Swimming Pool & Spa with Ocean View



Posted in Juno Beach, Juno Beach Homes on November 11, 2012 at 4:25 am.


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