This 35-room Italianate inspired lakefront mansion is located at 13621 Pondview Circle in Naples, FL. It is situated on 2 lots (1.76 acres) with 336 feet of lake frontage. It was built in 2000 and boasts 11,993 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, courtyard, elevator, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, family room, 2-story library, game room, club room, gym, wine cellar, swimming pool with spa, 4-car garage and more. It is listed at $5,950,000.

  • Daniel

    I like it a lot. The exterior looks very nice in my opinion and the lot looks nice and spacious. I really like the different water features used in the backyard. The interior could use a little bit more sprucing up, but I don’t see anything that would need to go. Overall, a very nice home in my opinion. Now the problem is, it is pretty far from the ocean and out in the boondocks. Being so close to the Everglades, I bet the water features would need to be cleaned daily because of all the gnats in it. Price seems fair, though its because of the location.




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  • Grrrowler

    I love the exterior. The combination of all the different features works really well. It’s a shame it’s so far inland; I’d rather have it on a gulf-front lot, or on a waterfront lot in the bay with a boat dock. This would be amazing with all the water features in the back overlooking the beach…

    The interior is way too feminine for me, but the bones are good. There’s a lot that could be done to make it much less fussy. If the interior is 11 years old, it’s time to refresh it anyway.




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  • Iemand

    I like parts of it; I love the office/library, looks very good and the second floor thing there is nice. I love images like the last one; at night with a pool with the windows lit up.

    But the rest not; so no.




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  • NOVA Ben

    This isn’t bad at all overall. I do like the exterior a lot, the double lot gives some nice privacy and space. I love the courtyards and *most* of the water features…parts of it border on gimmicky (like that seating area surrounded by water with the table and chairs). The interior seems to be suspended in that gray area of not quite “dated” but definitely not fresh anymore. I think “feminine” is a good word for the decor, Grrrowler, I agree with you, it definitely needs to change, along with the color palette. The only space inside I love is the library…a comfortable looking place, not too stuffy but formal enough to be impressive. So it’s a nice home with the potential to be great.




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