This newly built mansion, dubbed La Casa Serenita, is located at 16225 Bridlewood Circle in the Foxe Chase area of Delray Beach, FL. It boasts 10,591 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 2 half bathrooms, covered patio, swimming pool with spa, detached garage connected by a breezeway and much more. It is listed at $3,450,000.

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  • Daniel

    Foxe Chase is a gorgeous family neighborhood (driven around inside several times). Huge mature oaks, a community lake and waterfall (sounds cheesey but in person it is quite beautiful) and all homes on 1+ acre lots. If someone doesn’t like the stigma Boca brings but wants privacy and space without sacrificing a prime location, this community is it. Homes vary from 5,000 to 15,000 sq. ft, but the average is around 8,000. However, for some odd reason, A LOT of homes are for sale in this community – – – 15 to be exact. In a community of 43 homes, that is extremely high, especially considering the $1 million+ price tags and the fact this community is over 25 years old.

    The home itself isn’t bad. The exterior is nice…I give them credit for trying something different by adding the stone elements; gives it a more rustic look. The inside, although plain, is easy to decorate. The living room looks a bit too small considering the overall size of the home, but it isn’t too difficult to work with. The kitchen is a little cramped and with only 1 entry/exit point, a bit inconvenient. Pool is nice.

    The home price is a little high – I see it going for around $2.2-$2.5 million. The home is the highest priced in the community, with the next one asking $2.95 million.

    My favorite home in the community is for sale. Although certainly not palatial, I do like the comfortable decor without sacrificing class. Love the porte-cochere with the vines on it as well! Also, the listing shows the waterfall I was talking about.

    http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/16389-Bridlewood-Circle_Delray-Beach_FL_33445_M55731-63653




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  • Swimmer

    Wow, a Mediterranean without one shade of beige. In this case, they should have some…




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  • Grrrowler

    It IS awfully white on the inside. The rooms don’t seem overly special, but it could be seen as a blank canvas. I hate all the floor medallions. One can make a statement. Several says “I didn’t know when to quit.” The kitchen looks ridiculously small for house this size. As for the outside, I don’t like the stone elements. They look like afterthoughts that were stuck on to break up the white. I guess ultimately, I don’t really care for this house at all. The price for the size seems like a good deal, if one wants to live this far inland in Florida.




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  • Tamara

    Wondering if architecture design on the east coast is behind the west because this looks like something that would have been built around 2004 where I live in Arizona. HMMM!




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