This exquisite Palladian-style estate, previously featured in Architectural Digest, was designed by architect Manuel J. Diaz and built by Lavelle Construction in 2010. Situated on a large double lot in the prestigious Bear's Club located in Jupiter, Florida, the residence offers 33,705 total square feet with 7 bedrooms, 9 baths and 3 half baths. The property showcases views of the Jack Nicklaus golf course from its expansive outdoor loggias, spacious lawn, serene pool and spa, and covered private second floor terrace. The main house offers great attention to detail throughout including high ceilings and doors, custom moldings and built-ins, marble floors, beautifully proportioned rooms, a full house generator, hurricane impact doors and windows, and the most spectacular master suitewith a dressing room, safe room, gallery hall and a sensational bathroom that serves as a spa-like retreat. In addition to the main residence is a spacious office conveniently located next to the master wing complete with an en-suite bath, walk-in closet and gym surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing the beautiful garden and golf course views. There is also a separate two-story guest house with an office, two bedrooms and two baths, and a living room, kitchen, and laundry.View Virtual Tour
Cable, 3-Phase Electric, Public Sewer, Public Water
2+ Spaces, Driveway, Garage - Attached
Built-in Shelves, Entry Lvl Lvng Area, Fireplace(s), Foyer, French Door, Pantry, Walk-in Closet, Wet Bar
Auto Garage Open, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Generator Whle House, Microwave, Range - Electric, Range - Gas, Wall Oven, Washer
Built-in Grill, Covered Patio, Open Balcony, Open Patio, Outdoor Shower, Summer Kitchen
Hurricane Windows, Impact Glass
If you are a baseball fan, both the St. Louis Cardinals and the Florida Marlins train at Roger Dean Stadium, a 7,000-seat stadium.
If you're looking for an exploration adventure in Jupiter, check out the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. The Lighthouse was designed by Civil War hero General George Meade and has been operated by the Coast Guard since 1860. Tours of this 105-foot-tall landmark unfold every half hour. There is a small museum that tells about efforts to restore the lighthouse to the way it looked from 1860 to 1918.
To mark the reef lying off the Jupiter Inlet, Congress appropriated $35,000 to construct a lighthouse in 1853. At the top of the Jupiter Lighthouse, you can see the Loxahatchee River.
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Listing information last updated on July 3rd, 2020 at 11:00pm EDT.