This oceanfront home is located at 1267 Ponte Vedra Boulevard in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL with 200 feet of waterfront. It features a gated entrance and winding driveway that leads you to the stately home with archways, columns and turrets. The front entrance features a formal garden with a fountain. It was built in 2006 and boasts over 7,100 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, stone floors and cypress woodwork throughout, sweeping wrought iron staircase, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, library with custom built-ins and fireplace, family room, wine cellar, 3-car garage and more. Outdoor features include an oceanfront porch, lanai and a covered saltwater swimming pool with cabana. It is listed at $6,950,000.

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  • rob

    Looks sort of dark an Moorish. Interesting use of color. Beautiful setting. I like the stone work on the floor but it seems like they went a little overboard in using it in every room. I would like to see the bedrooms and see if they look any warmer and what floor covering they chose. Seems kind of brooding. The pool is interesting but not what I would call inviting. Something kind of gothic about this place.




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  • The Last Man Standing

    I know there is a lot of anti-Christian bias in today’s society, but why did they lynch Jesus? That’s rather off putting when you walk in the front door.

    Take all the furniture out. Repaint. Then, it has potential. I don’t see the price though, for what the pictures show.




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  • Daniel

    I kind of like the dark interior, minus some of the extremely odd “accessories” (lynched angel, reindeer in the living room fireplace, cabbage patch doll in the stroller in the family(?) room). Exterior is a little too rocky for my tastes.




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    • Daniel

      Ok. I’ve gone back and looked at the pics, and am puzzled. Why the hell would you put a fountain in the middle of the entrance to the pool? Isn’t the pool and ocean enough water in one sightline? Secondly, why would you cover the pool? Even though it’s Florida, a covered pool will still be quite cool temperature wise, perhaps even to the point where you would need to heat it. Seems pointless.




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  • Grrrowler

    Having money and taste and building something quirky makes one eccentric. Having money and no taste and building something quirky ends up with this.




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  • lambskin

    Check out the cheap-a** swing set in the back yard (pic#11). Have to save someway I guess. I do like the covered pool.




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  • Chris

    That pool is to die for!




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  • richvanc

    I believe Grrrowler said it eloquently! I wouldn’t add a comment other than to say WTF! 😉




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  • BJ

    The assessed value in 2008 was $6.8M, now assessed value is $4.7M. Looks like someone can not afford a decorator, and forgot this isn’t 2008.The Jacksonville market is not in a good place right now for high end luxury. I wouldn’t see this soulless cave home selling for more than $4.5M.

    On a positive note, Jacksonville has only been hit by one hurricane in the city’s history. If you want to live in FL and not worry about direct hits, this is the oceanfront to buy. I really like the pool cover, great idea and well executed, but would never have an outdoor pool here without a full bug screen. No thanks. The bugs are huge there. And they have an appetite. And there is that moment where you surface and draw your fingers through your hair and….ewwwww. And then whatever it was skitters away. But I digress.

    Soulless. Said it before, and all I see is new money confusion, emptiness and missed opportunity. Why do I have a feeling this was a Jaguars’ players home…




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