Al here, I like this place, it has a great location, and it’s just a beautiful home. For starters, the home is in Windermere, Florida. The address is: 0 Down Point Ln.The home is 16,920 Square Feet, and according to it’s Realtor.com listing, it has 6 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms. It is listed at $14,999,900.

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

Central Florida’s most beautiful waterfront estate which is privately gated and located on a private peninsula with over 1100′ of water frontage on the Butler Chain of Lakes. ‘Palazzo Nobiliare’ Authentic Mediterranean architecture was exquisitely crafted & designed by Ray Coudriet, famed Nasrallah Fine Architecture & Marc Michaels. Built to perfection with the finest finishes that one would expect featuring a gourmet kitchen w/ barrell brick ceiling, marble & stone flooring, stately Corinthian columns with soaring coffered ceilings, hand-carved corbels,travertine terraces embracing Pool banded w/ Roman balustrade lights & fountain, gracious living areas, plus a temperature controlled 5000 bottle wine cellar with custom wine racks and tasting area. A 29′ 2-story grand marble Foyer w/hand-painted rotunda ceiling,winding staircase to twin iron balconies, Office, Media Rm opening to lakefront Balcony w/Wet Bar, Veranda w/retractable motorized screens & gas Fireplace and detached Guest Qrts. All bedroom feature balconies overlooking the lake. This Peninsula setting is located on Lake Down and cannot be duplicated anywhere in Central Florida. Imagine the views, words can not adequately describe this setting !

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  • Russell

    This is right across the street from Tiger Woods neighborhood Isleworth. Its a nice area.




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  • Venom

    Beautiful house, nice location.
    Not a bad price either.
    The foyer is just gorgeous.
    I am sure people dream about having a home with the number 1 as their address but how cool is it to have a 0 as your address.
    It is worth and extra million or two just for the address.




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  • Nalin

    Loving the foyer, backyard and kitchen. front curb appeal is a little awkward, but still an awesome house




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    • Nalin

      also, biggest wine cellar i think i have ever seen




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  • Daniel

    Gorgeous interior. However, the front entrance of the home seems to be overtaken by the garages. I personally like it when the garage is flush with the facade of a home, or situated on the side.




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  • tony

    don’t dig.

    the landscaping and exterior design is pretty cool. so is the placement of the estate in relation to a peninsula. i say ‘a’ peninsula, meaning not THAT peninsula because it looks like it’s swamp front and an aligator haven. still, it could make for an excellent view….if only the stupid pool house wasn’t in the way. why didn’t they put that off to the side and open up the view better? if anything, it could have infinity’d into the lake for a much cooler effect.

    the furniture and overall interior decoration is severely ugly. nothing clashes. it’s just a bunch of colors vomited out in every room. neon purple hovering over the grand entrance? really???

    4/10.




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    • Teddi

      Okay, I’m seeing dark blue and not purple in the foyer, but I have to say LOL on the “bunch of colors vomited” remark. I was going for the decorator being color blind but I think I like your description much better. I thought I was the only one seeing the color clashes in everything in every room. And it isn’t just one or two things, it’s so many things all clashing.




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  • Nick

    The shape of this mansion with the garages as front exterior is unattractive.
    The interior somehow makes up for the weird shape.The foyer is very classy and the other parts are nice but not something very special.




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  • Teddi

    3 years late, but I still had to comment. I was prepared to hate this house based on the front and where they put those garages. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a worst placement for garages. But oh my, do I love that foyer. I hate double staircases in all its forms, but I was beginning to think they were some kind of requirement for mansions. But my does this prove it wrong. And I HATE murals. I think unless I’m in a palace in Europe, paintings should be on a canvas and then hung on the wall, but I did like the ceiling mural they did here. So that goes to show how much I dig this foyer. Perfect inlay on the floor. I’ve always dreamed of a single curved staircase with a round entrance table directly underneath a crystal chandelier. Not a fan of this chandelier, but i still love how everything came together. Just lovely.

    Love a two tone kitchen, though I hate seeing those porcelain roosters in homes. A bias I have from my childhood. My mother loves them and put them everywhere, and now I can’t stand them. i think whoever put that floral sofa with that rug in the family room needs glasses, immediately, but my oh my, who cares when there are just so many things right with this interior. I have to save some of these pics for my dream house. 🙂




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  • Teddi

    Oops, I just caught the detailed pics, couple of things to point out, I usually love Marc Michaels. I’ve seen some homes decorated by them in S Florida and usually love their style, but this house came across as belonging to a hoarder who had undergone therapy. There are just waaaaay too many knickknacks and objet d’art everywhere. Even worse is that a lot of them clashed. The melding of Chinese and Indian tones didn’t work for me. It was hard to pay attention to the architecture and the beauty of the rooms themselves with so much cra..uh…stuff everywhere.

    And I thought it was an absolute waste to be right on the water and not have the pool be an infiniti edge. Seemed a wasted opportunity to not have incorporated that.

    Lastly, since I’ve lived in Florida on a lake before, bugs are going to be a problem with outdoor dining. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not sure what they could have done, as screening off all the outdoor areas would have detracted from the decor, but any cooking or entertaining attempted at sunset or later out there and you’ll probably be eaten alive by mosquitoes. That grassy lake is a perfect breeding ground for them. So unless they have the lake treated with something (and that doesn’t work all that well) they are going to have issues. I won’t even bring up snakes and frogs which go along with that. If you live in Florida it just is what it is. But bugs will be the biggest nuisance. Still in love with many aspects of the house, regardless of those detracting issues.




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