July 10, 2019 – Illustrated Properties, a member of The Keyes Family of Companies, has listed the largest and most luxurious home in Sailfish Point for $17 million. The 17,000-square-foot, two-story mansion sits on 2 exquisite acres and has 280 feet of direct ocean frontage with captivating sunrise and sunset exposures.
“Il Santuario is a prime opportunity for the individual who wants a completely renovated oceanfront estate with the privacy and security of one of Florida’s most exclusive country club communities,” said Lynn B. Telling, a Platinum Top Producer and Luxury Specialist with Illustrated, the exclusive listing agent. “The property is well-priced against what oceanfront homes are selling for per square foot on Jupiter Island and Palm Beach.”
This architectural masterpiece features eight bedrooms, nine baths, four half-baths and a six-car garage. Second-floor bedrooms include a luxurious master suite of over 1,000 square feet encompassing his-and-her private baths, spa tub, a relaxing master lounge area and an expansive dressing room. The suite features several private oceanfront wraparound terraces with exquisite views.
The home’s interior is finished with imported marble and elegant Swarovski chandeliers and features a full gourmet kitchen with top culinary-chef appliances. Dining, sitting and entertaining areas open onto ocean views. The oceanside, wet-edge lap pool is adorned with sheet waterfalls and gently flowing fountains. Private mother-in-law’s suite or staff quarters with pool and ocean views.
Sailfish Point homeowners can dock yachts of up to 125 feet at its private marina, which has ocean access. Golf club members play a Jack Nicklaus Signature course. Country club members enjoy fine dining and organized social activities at the oceanfront clubhouse, plus outdoor sports, a fitness center and spa.
The seller is a leading Florida homebuilder whose current project is Bonnette Hunt Club, an exclusive community of just 24 homes in nearby Palm Beach Gardens. Telling and Illustrated are also exclusively marketing the Bonnette project. Peter Trematerra, principal of Parkwood Distinctive Homes, spent two years restyling and modernizing every square foot of his Sailfish Point home, which sits on what had been two lots. His personal touches include secluded walkways through tropical gardens of flowing koi ponds and waterfalls seen from the circular dining room and main living areas.
For more information about Il Santuario, contact Lynn B. Telling at 561-310-2247 or firstname.lastname@example.org.