This newly built Mediterranean estate is located at 4475 Sanctuary Lane in Boca Raton, FL. It boasts 8,312 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms. It is listed at $3,295,000. I really like this home. I love the use of marble and all of the rooms give off a sense of sophisticated glamour, which actually works in this home, especially the kitchen.

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Location Sanctuary Lane, Boca Raton, Florida. Boca Raton’s world-acclaimed, guard-gated yachting enclave, The Sanctuary features a 20-slip marina, Har-Tru tennis courts, a 27-acre wildlife preserve, and private road/water patrols. Mizner Park’s world-class shops and restaurants and Boca Raton’s private executive airport are just minutes away. Property This brand-new custom-designed Tuscan-inspired estate is staged with dramatic artistic presence amid verdant lawns adorned with formal Italian gardens on an oversized lot. Resort-style outdoor entertainment areas unfold from the loggia with step-down summer kitchen/bar to the sleek temperature controlled, heated and chilled, waterfall pool and cascading spa, separate guesthouse cabana, and lounge seating by the dramatic firepit. Residence Classic elegance takes on glamorous modern edge in this sophisticated Boca Raton residence lavished with high-style finishes including authentic plaster walls. The generous 5-bedroom, 7 1/2-bath floor-plan totals 8,312+/- square feet on one level and consists has impact glass windows, 4-zone air conditioning, and 4 garage bays. Beyond the Venetian-arched pavilion at the entrance courtyard, the living areas are clad in White Ice and Beige Ice inlaid glass floors. The stunning rotunda living room shares a double-sided stacked-marble gas fireplace with the groin-vaulted formal dining room, across from the open club room with wet bar. Adjacent are the wine room and fully dedicated and equipped theater room including 123" screen and custom power seating. The chef’s kitchen has a double-tray ceiling, elegant glass-front cabinetry, granite counters, a butcher-block island, and Viking appliances. Below a coffered cypress ceiling, the family/breakfast room opens to the loggia and pool patio. Also leading to the patio, the magnificent master suite features a spacious hardwood-floored bedroom, boutique-style wardrobe rooms, and his-and-her marble-and-glass baths with jetted Roman tub and steam shower. Four bedroom suites are in the opposite wing.

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  • Grrrowler

    This house has two HUGE black marks against it: it isn’t wanterfront, and if I’m gonna spend millions of dollars to live in FL it’s going to be waterfront; and, it backs up to an f-ing strip mall! I don’t care how nice the neighborhood is, I’m not going to spend more than $3,000,000 to have my house back up to a parking lot. I know it’s in the Sanctuary, but why live in that community and not live on the water?

    That being said, I like the modern take on the Mediterranean interior. The interior could be done really nicely without needing to use the typical over-styled pseudo-European interior. I hate the kitchen; it doesn’t work for me on many levels, although the layout itself isn’t bad.

    Sadly, the exterior is really pretty boring. It’s nothing more than a typical ranch house with some Spanish tiles stuck on with a couple of towers added.




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  • Daniel

    Yay! A community I pass 3-4 times a day and only a mile from where I live!

    I agree mostly with what Grrrowler is saying. The Sanctuary is a very exclusive neighborhood, with most homes being on the water. If I had a choice, of course I would want waterfront. But it doesn’t back up to a ‘strip mall’; it’s just a professional office tower with a jewelry store and a few restaurants. It really is a nice shopping center, but a strip mall with cleaners and a hair salon it ain’t. The home is great for those that want a non-waterfront home (surprisingly a lot of people) that don’t want to live in central or western Boca (the beach is less than a 1/4 away – just across the bridge). If I had a choice between this or some 1-acre community (Long Lake Estates, Fieldbrook Estates) I would take this community. BUT ultimately, I would choose Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club. The HOA fees aren’t as astronomical and the community is much more family-friendly than this community.

    The home ain’t bad. I’m not too fond of the exterior. The price is too high; drop it to around $1.995 million and then it will be much more realistic.




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    • Grrrowler

      Sorry, but in my world a low-rise professional office building with jewelry store and a few restaurants still counts as a strip mall, especially if it’s ringed by a parking lot! No matter how nice it is, I wouldn’t want my multi-million house to back up to any type of commercial complex.




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  • Iemand

    I like the kitchen, I like the driveway and I like the walk in closet.
    But sorry Kenny, but I don’t like those floors, it’s to flat and way to shiny.




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  • Kieran

    Very pleasing, I love the stone used in the fire place. Not water front or anywhere near especially with that low price, how can you say thats a black mark at such a low price. I can understand why you pay $3.5mil just to be there and be apart of it all. Great home.




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  • Nick

    I really like this newly built mansion!

    The interior is friendly, beautiful and homey.The pool and the wine cellar are magnificent.I also love the glamorous home theater, it’s fantastic.




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