This newly built European inspired mansion, dubbed La Casa De Leon, is located at 17819 Westbay Court in Winter Garden, FL and is situated on a 1.75 acre peninsula. The 10,751+ square foot home boasts 6 bedrooms (2 master suites), 7 full and 2 half bathrooms, marble floors throughout, 2-story great room with massive fireplace, living room, dining room, family room, gourmet kitchen, 2 butler pantries, library, home theater, game room with wet bar, 8 person sauna, steam shower, gym, 1,500 square foot servant’s quarters, wine room with seating, boathouse with 2 jet ski lifts, a 70 foot remote controlled infinity swimming pool, outdoor kitchen and 700 feet of water frontage. It is listed at $6,640,000.

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  • Iemand

    Well, to me it looks like just another mansion. The interior is boring and painted in about every tint of beige available. The outside looks like just another mansion (the garage on the right is weird).
    What I really don’t like is the back of the house, when you step out the door there’s only a few feet en then BAM the whole thing is blocked by a pool; literally by a fence
    (the pool; which isn’t the right size (to long (might nog be a problem :P) but way to (what’s the word for when it’s not wide enough?)).
    Also the whole back facade with those balcony’s is really attention screaming.




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    • Daniel

      “…what’s the word for when it’s not wide enough?” – – – Narrow.




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      • Iemand

        off course it is. You can see i’m not a English speaking man 🙂




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  • Cole

    I actually really like it. If it were in Palm Beach, it would be even better.




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  • Daniel

    The only “Winter ___” in Florida I would live in is Winter Park. Winter Garden + $6 million asking price = dreaming.

    The home itself, although as common as it is in S. Florida, is really not that bad. I like the exterior, minus the 1-car garage on the other side of the house. The main entrance looks nice and massive, and the stone detailing looks decent. Interior has some quirks such as that fake wall for the dining room (I would have left it open). The second floor balcony seems a little massive – too massive. Other rooms look like ones you would see in a home half the price. Obviously too much beige, but that seems to be the most neutral color in a home of this style, so I can’t really hate it (Unlike that Newport Coast home a few days ago). Overall, nothing really special. I do like the huge pool, but I agree it is too close to the outdoor loggias. I also like the 2nd floor balcony with its balustrade.

    Overall, not a terrible home, but not very creative. Given the location, I don’t think the builder/owner wanted to spend too much on expensive materials. Personally, I think the home is still too nice for the area, and the asking price will never be achieved. Maybe $3 million, but certainly not $6 mil.




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  • Swimmer

    I really like this home despite many of the negative comments. I would just get rid of the one-car garage. I really like the long pool.




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  • Grrrowler

    The outside is OK, although we’ve seen it a thousand times already in various houses in various locations. The interior is overworked even without a single stick of furniture. The second floor railing above the living room is way too ornate, and what’s up with that granite racing stripe down the center of the kitchen island? I don’t like the marble tile floors; the tiles should have been MUCH bigger, like 4’x4′. The pool itself is OK but that fence around it makes it look like a prison yard. As others have said, I would get rid of that 1-car garage that looks like an afterthought.




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  • KEV

    I think some of it is really nice, agree that the garage is silly looking, although with no rear access to the house, I guess they were limited as far as where the garages could go, keeping in mind that cars have to actually be able to get in and out of them. My problem is the kitchen, which is way too dark for my tastes. Those cabinets are almost black, you’d probably need night vision goggles to see around that room at night.

    Probably a good deal at 3.9 to 4.25 million.




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  • MelvinB

    Terrible workmanship on the exterior. Can only wonder what lies beneath!




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