This 8,230+ square foot estate is located at 1011 Rhodes Villa Avenue in Delray Beach, FL. It boasts 6 bedrooms and 7 full and 1 half bathrooms. The most unique feature of this home is the 3-story great room with wraparound staircase. It is listed at $4,350,000.

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

Location Rhodes-Villa Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida. A beautifully preserved oceanfront community, Delray Beach lies in the heart of Florida’s Gold Coast between Boca Raton and Palm Beach. Affording splendid scenery along nearly two miles of Atlantic coastline, Delray Beach is known for its magnificent award-winning beaches. A vibrant downtown district offers a wide array of charming shops, galleries, cafes and gourmet restaurants on picturesque Atlantic Avenue. Property Nestled on the tranquil Intracoastal Waterway canal, this brand new Old World jewel is graced with stately palms and flowering tropical gardens. A sweeping brick motor court serves the property, with a baronial archway flanked by columns leading to the double wood door entry. Outdoor entertaining centers on the waterside loggia and terrace, with an infinity-edged pool and waterfall spa presiding over expansive yacht dockage. Residence Lavished with exquisite Old World details, this palatial Mediterranean-style villa comprises 8,230 +/- total square feet offering 6 bedrooms, 7 full and 2 half baths, and distinctive state-of-the-art luxuries and meticulous detailing showcased throughout. First Floor: Double doors enter the baronial foyer, introducing the sheer majesty of this magnificent estate and leading to a sumptuously grand living room. Lined by three levels of columned galleries and a winding staircase, this formal room is highlighted by an elaborate marble fireplace and a magnificent hand-wrought ironwork chandelier crowned by an enchanting fresco. Reminiscent of grand palaces that grace the Mediterranean, the formal dining room is encircled by marble columns and archways that highlight a hand-painted mural. Richly finished with pecky cypress ceilings, the light-infused family room is lined with glass doors and oversized windows that overlook the finger canal and loggia. Designed for the epicurean chef, the enormous gourmet kitchen reflects classic Italian traditions, with a pavered brick ceiling, intricate furniture-grade cabinetry, marble countertops, a center island crowned by an iron chandelier, and a full range of top-of-the-line professional-grade appliances. Rich appointments such built-in bookshelves and hardwood flooring are found in the library. Second Floor: A state-of-the-art theater is lavishly appointed with custom millwork and plush seating, while a gym and spa provide a retreat for mind, body and soul. Four bedroom suites and an office complete this level. Third Floor: Opening to a private waterfront terrace, the grand master suite exemplifies elegance. Seclusion is found through a double-door entry, with view-filled windows offset by marble floors. This lavish retreat is completed by generous walk-in closets and a romantic master bath highlighted by carved double wooden doors and cabinetry, marble floors accented by a golden inlay, marble vanities, spa tub, separate shower, make-up area, and illuminated by a elaborately styled chandelier. Dramatic appointments are matched only by stunning views on the third level, highlighted by an expansive terrace and an additional bedroom suite. …Please visit http://www.premierestateproperties.com and enter Web Reference # R3062442 for complete description.

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  • Cole

    Hmm… no thanks! Interior needs some help!




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    • Kenny Forder

      It needs A LOT of help haha. Did you see that fireplace?!




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  • Grrrowler

    It definitely has a “unique” interior. Seeing the pictures of the staircases and foyer, my thought was the Fisher Price Castle I had as a kid: http://onceuponawin.files.wordpress.com/2008/12/win-pictures-little-castle1.jpg?w=580&h=461 The master bathroom is downright nauseating; fortunately it would be happening the bathroom so how convenient is that?! I think brick ceilings can look really cool, but it doesn’t work in this kitchen.

    The outside looks like a little kid took various pieces and stuck them together. It’s just a giant jumble. Clearly another case of a house built by someone with more money than taste.




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    • Kenny Forder

      hahaha. I can see the resemblance.




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      • Stewie

        lol




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  • Marcus

    Ugly is the only thing I can think to say. This is one of those places that the broker should pay you to look at it.




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  • Jayson

    Once upon a time, in a castle far far away……..

    What a tacky interior!




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  • Nalin

    im going to have to pass on that interior, but the location seems solid




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  • mattc

    Wow. Between the red velour chairs in the media room and the interior paint color palate ( must have had a special on yellow at Sherwin-Williams ) I’ll pass on this one. I do remember seeing a place like this before once in the Orlando market…oh, wait, that was at Disney World !




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