Jim McCann Lists a Palm Beach Modern Bermuda-Style Home

Jim McCann announces an opportunity to own a gorgeous contemporary Palm Beach home with a spectacular 15’ by 30’ pool.

Palm Beach, United States - March 20, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Jim McCann has announced a modern Palm Beach estate offered for $5.395 Million. Indulge in the finest in Bermuda living, with this recently renovated, island inspired 5-bedroom, 5-bathroom estate graciously sited on a 15,269 square foot lot. An exquisite, sun-infused sanctuary where every room is bathed in an abundance of natural light, this 4,853 square foot residence will embrace you with its warmth and entice you with its sophisticated living and entertaining options. Boasting pristine hardwood and marble floors, soaring ceilings, a 15’ x 30’ freeform pool and spa, and multiple living and dining areas that connect seamlessly with the alfresco areas, this contemporary Mid-Town masterpiece is beyond impressive.

More information on 357 North Lake Way can be found at: http://357northlakeway.com/

From the minute you arrive, you’ll feel as if you’ve been whisked away to your own secluded oasis. Towering palms and hedges protect the house from the streetscapes, while indoors, revel in the luxury of space and casually elegant design. The sleek, eat-in kitchen, with ample counter space, prep areas and stainless-steel appliances is striking. Whether you are cooking or catching up on the tales of the day, this light and bright haven is where everyone will feel instantly at home. Enjoy a cozy breakfast or congregate around the island while you entertain or eat, or retreat to the adjacent living room which is separated by a dual-sided gas fireplace. Here, French doors, tall windows, and pocket sliders allow for the seamless fusion between indoors and outdoors, as well as flood the home with natural light.

It won’t take long to tempt you out to the oversized, east-facing loggia. This covered space, resplendent in its contemporary appearance and brightened by new skylights, presents with thoughtfully zoned seating and dining areas. Nestled amongst manicured privacy hedges, a heated pool and spa beckons, while a formal dining room awaits on the other side of the gardens.

The carefully curated, modern styling continues with the master suite. French doors open up to blend harmoniously with the outdoors with custom cabinetry adorning the wall as well as a large walk-in closet. The epitome of elegance is the naturally lit, new master bathroom. Fringed by established landscaping which dispenses seclusion while you shower or soak in the freestanding bath, it also features full length storage cabinets and abundant vanity storage.

Guests can enjoy privacy with a first-floor wing tucked away from the living quarters and remaining bedrooms. This decadent space boasts a walk-in closet, luxury en suite, and also opens to pool and gardens. The first-floor plays host to a den, which could be converted into an additional bedroom, while a staircase leads you to the 2nd level where two more en suite guest rooms await.

Recently renovated to incorporate impact windows and doors, 357 North Lake Way also features new lighting, Carrier air-conditioning, a separate storage space, a cedar lined coat closet in the entrance foyer as well as ample artwork space throughout the home. An attached garage on the north side offers entry into the laundry room or acts as a service entrance off the kitchen.

Occupying an enviable location, with easy access to the beach and picturesque Lake Trail via Wells Road you’ll look forward to living close to one of the most scenic spots in Florida. 357 North Lake Way is surrounded by the best of what Palm Beach has to offer from the close proximity to fine dining, Worth Avenue world-class designer shopping, award-winning golf and tennis, the famed Society of the Four Arts Gardens, Flagler Museum and The Breakers, and Palm Beach International Airport. A complete offering in every way, take the time to view this modern masterpiece and see for yourself why it is the next place you will want to call home.

About Jim McCann:

President of the Palm Beach Board of Realtors, Jim McCann, is not only ranked #57 in the Nation for 2018 but has been listed in the top 100 Real Estate Agents in the country since 2007 selling over $100 million in high-end Palm Beach sales each year. He is known for his unparalleled real estate marketing expertise, his masterful negotiating abilities, and for his excellent professionalism providing top customer service. Jim is constantly on the forefront of implementing cutting edge strategies to get his client’s listings mass exposure. He continues to surpass the luxury real estate competition in Palm Beach year after year all while maintaining a reputation for doing business with utmost integrity.

To find out more about the opportunity to own the most luxurious homes in Palm Beach, please visit: http://jimmccann.info

Contact Info:
Name: Jim McCann
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Organization: Jim McCann & Associates, Premier Estate Properties
Address: 125 Worth Avenue, Suite 221, Palm Beach, Florida 33480, United States
Phone: +1-561-655-5560
Website: https://premierestateproperties.com/estate-agents/team/jim-mccann

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 494314

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