125 San Roy Rd, Seagrove Beach, FL 32459
4 Bedroom | 5 Full 2 Half Bath | 4,544 Sq Ft | Built 2007
SOLD 3/6/20 - $6,200,000
This beautiful gulf-front beach house is an outstanding bespoke property enjoying an incredible position on 0.69 acres. With 61 feet of coveted beach frontage and a depth of 467 feet, this one-of-a-kind property extends to the high water mark with a private gated walkway providing easy access to the white sandy beach. The peaceful location, on a road with no through traffic, can be enjoyed from porches on all three levels. A wrap-around balcony provides boundless views of the sparkling emerald Gulf and Eastern Lake, just behind the property. There's ample space for dining, relaxing and outdoor entertaining on the spacious deck surrounding the gulf-front heated pool. Steps lead down to the undulating dunes with waving sea grass and the stunning beach beyond.
Fully refurbished by Davis Dunn Construction, this awesome home has an attractive floor plan and dedicated space for every activity including a den, built-in bunk room and a huge family room at pool level. The home offers State-of-the-art electronics, an elevator and a comprehensive security system. Interior design is curated by Laura McKee at Dwell. On the top floor, French doors frame stunning views while unique ceilings add to the charm. The main sitting room is equally bright and attractive with a feature fireplace and windows delivering multi-aspect vistas. As you would expect, the kitchen is both stylish and practical with a long bar for serving up snacks and cocktails at the appropriate hour. If all this is not enough, architectural plans are available to add a two bedroom, two bath carriage house accommodation for independent living above the two-car garage. With its tropical landscaping and beachfront position, this fabulous home has all the appeal of a castaway island yet is within easy reach of Seagrove Beach amenities, restaurants and shops at WaterColor, Seaside and surrounding areas. It's definitely the best of both worlds.
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