Filed under: Estates
Often Florida homes can be a little homogenous. Not this one. This new home in the boating community of Seven Isles in Fort Lauderdale, Florida was created by Boca Raton architect Don Yoshino of Yoshino Architects and YT Design Group. The four-bedroom home is inventive and lavish. Fun design details include a red leather-and-stainless-steel fireplace, a corkscrew staircase, a fiber-optic-lit onyx sculpture in the bar, the master suite deck's "sail" canopies, and the zero-edge fountained pool along the waterfront. The kitchen has custom wenge wood cabinetry, cast concrete counters, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, temperature-controlled wine storage, and a cooking island with Wolf gas range. The home also has a library with custom built-in bookcases. The master suite is a private wing with ipe wood floors and wenge wood built-ins housing an entertainment center with 50" plasma television plus built-in Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer drawers and ice-maker. French doors open out to the roof deck with sail canopies. The home is listed at $5.2 million. After the jump, sail away without ever leaving the house.