Sale Pending

H.16369 - Highly sought-after Colony estate home. The quintessential Florida patio home built with indoor/outdoor entertaining for family and friends to gather. Warm sun on the (salt)pool, western exposure overlooking the lake with 90-degree pocket sliders to the lanai showcasing a pool, spa, and outdoor kitchen. Gorgeous by day and evening. Enjoy the citrus trees on the north end of the large homesite. Spacious living with a split bedroom floor plan, four bedrooms and a study, three and a half baths, 4,000 square feet of living area. A luxurious master suite and bath includes large dual walk-in closets, lake views with lanai access, dual sinks and a jetted tub. Perfect natural light flows into the house with cool marble flooring in the main living area, wood flooring in the study, lovely tray ceilings, wet bar with wine chiller. 3-car air-conditioned garage with built-ins, and impact resistant glass.

Property Details

  • Beds: 4
  • Baths: 4.0
  • Sq Feet: 4023
  • Year Built: 2002
  • Lake: (private lake - Lee County)
  • Acres: 0.543
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  • Waterfront: No
  • Waterview: Yes
  • Water Frontage:
  • ViewTypes: Lake
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  • County: Lee County
  • Heat/AC:
  • Garage: Driveway,Paved or Surfaced
  • Siding: Block,Concrete Block
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  • Roof: Tile
  • Stories: 1.0
  • Fireplaces:
  • Property Taxes: 25170.65
  • MLS #: 220061620


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Added on: Oct 08, 2020
Updated on: Oct 31, 2020
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Listing Agent: Jill B Kushner, John R. Wood Properties, 239-691-5505 Listing Site
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