This Mediterranean/European inspired waterfront mansion is located at 125 18th Street in Belleair Beach, FL. Built in 2009, the  striking home features 2 gated entrances and sits on close to an acre of land. It boasts 11,495 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, 2-story foyer with wood staircase, stone floors and crumble plaster walls, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, great room with fireplace, elevator, home theater, game room with bar, gym, library, 500-bottle wine cellar, covered terraces, swimming pool with waterfall spa, 7-car garage, outdoor kitchen, half court basketball court and a boat dock. It is listed at $9,995,000.

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  • rob

    Very strange. This is like an odd venetian palace plunked down in suburban Florida. The houses around it don’t match it at all in style or size. I really like the exterior. It is definitely an interesting take on Meditteranean style. This looks like some houses in Venice or Monaco. The interior is just exhausting. Way too much texture and it looks pretty cheap to me. I cannot stand that they have those built in lights actually recessed into the ceilings. Those lights always look cheap in a house and then to put them right into a carved ceiling is a terrible design idea. That is why I think most of the textures in this house are cheap premanufactured stuff. YOu would never do that with a hand carved ceiling. It seems like a lot of house for the money, but I would always feel like I was lording it over my poorer neighbors. I like the house but I would make a lot of changes.




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  • Daniel

    The place looks very…sticky. And tacky. And icky.




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  • Chris

    The exterior is to die for! The interior is overdone to the point that it looks tacky.




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  • richvanc

    I’m on PST, and so I’m always last to commment. And, as is often the case, Daniel has spoken for me. ticky, tacky, icky, absurd, insulting, and pathetic.
    … enough said 😉




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  • Grrrowler

    I like, but don’t love, the exterior. It’s a good attempt at a Moorish-influenced design, but it doesn’t go far enough is watered down feeling. The interior is a hot mess. Some of the spaces look downright creepy and I can’t find any room in which I’d want to simply hang out and relax. I give the designer points for commitment to a theme, but sadly the theme was flawed from its beginning.




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  • Hunter

    Agree with the others..Exterior is beautiful, really really nice. Interior is a bit overdone to say the least. It can be changed, but for a pretty penny.




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