The Penthouse at the Carlyle, Estate of the Day
Elin Nordegren's hunt for a Tiger-adjacent Florida pad took her through today's estate, a penthouse in the Carlyle building in Jupiter Island, Florida. The penthouse was upgraded and reconfigured so that the eastern views of the Intracoastal and western views of the Ocean could be enjoyed in all major living areas at all times. The home has limestone floors and curved and coffered ceilings designed by David Aultz. There home has a living room as well as a family room with a fireplace.
The kitchen is designed for entertaining with two Miele dishwashers, a Miele warming oven, double Thermador ovens, three refrigerators, large pantry area and an extra wide galaxy granite island. The breakfast area has views of the Intracoastal and the formal dining room has double coffered ceilings. The master has a direct ocean view, and a custom window to the north lets you see the Intracoastal and straight up Jupiter Island. There is a private study/media room off the master and luxurious his and hers baths. The home also includes a guest suite with views of the Intracoastal. Multiple balconies and a private 3000 square foot sky patio allows you to entertain your guests from the highest point in Jupiter Island with the most spectacular views.The penthouse comes with its own 3-car garage with extra storage. Building amenities include a generator for the building, hot water circulation, water filtration system, automatic hurricane shutters, reading area, exercise room, private elevator with staff, sauna, private pool, and beach access. This unit is listed at $3.999 million with Jeff Lichtenstein.
Gallery: The Carlyle