This magnificent Gulf-to-Bay contemporary masterpiece built by gold medal architect Guy Peterson stands out from the other residences located on the coveted north end of Casey Key. This architecturally significant home has been a finalist in Wall Street Journal’s House of the Year, a winner of numerous design awards and been showcased in several newspapers and magazines. Peterson, in collaboration with architect & designer Robert Couturier, general contractor, Michael K. Walker & Assoc. and the current owners, spared no efforts in design, resourcing of materials or expenditures in creating this one-of-a-kind residence. This 3-level residence stands as a beacon of achievement in architectural design, yet inside, it lives with comfort, spaciousness & minimalistic style. Throughout the home, the shell concrete floors and mahogany surfaces bring elements of the outdoors in, creating an environment that is enriching and peaceful. The abundance of hurricane-strength windows and sliding doors, stretch nearly everywhere from floor to ceiling and wall to wall, bringing in views of the ocean and saltwater pool in the front and Sarasota Bay in the back. The 1.2 acre home, offers a rare ownership opportunity and boasts 4 en-suite bedrooms, 2 half baths, a spacious office, elevator, 4-car garage, a dozen outdoor terraces and sun decks, reflection pools, a dock with lift & an ultra-premium kitchen with opaque glass surfaces.
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