House of the Week: 6,219 SF of Luxury on the ICW in Island Estates
Less than $300/SF. Rich with features on the Intracoastal Waterway and only ¼-mile from the Atlantic Ocean. You will want to watch this listing’s video tour more than once.
PALM COAST, FL – October 21, 2016 – GoToby.com’s House of the Week is a spectacular 6,219 square foot home on the Intracoastal Waterway in Island Estates, the gated private island community in Hammock Dunes.
162 ISLAND ESTATES PKWY
Custom-built on 1.14 acres in 2006 by Charles Rinek, this impressive home is loaded with luxury features. Rarely does one find such an exquisite home decorated and maintained to perfection. You will want to watch this listing’s video tour more than once.
This beautiful home has a deep water dock on the Intracoastal Waterway with a 10,000-pound lift. Enjoy the unspoiled view of a conservation area across the ICW.
With five bedrooms, four full baths and two partial baths, this home’s interior features the abundant use of marble, hardwood, custom cabinetry, granite and exceptional views of the ICW from almost every room. Plus, there are decorative columns, fireplaces, custom millwork, curved glass, volume ceilings and two chandelier lifts and a home theater.
The curved staircase leads to a second floor balcony and bonus family room with a wall of glass.
ENTRANCE FOYER AND CURVED STAIRCASE
SECOND FLOOR FAMILY ROOM
The kitchen is a gourmet chef’s dream with a walk-in pantry, custom cabinets and top-of-the-line appliances by Subzero, Meile and Viking. A butler’s pantry and wet bar includes a continual ice maker and wine cooler.
Entertain your guests on the expansive covered lanai that features a deluxe summer kitchen that includes a grill, gas burners, refrigerator and beverage station. Jump into the heated pool or relax in the spa under a two-story screen enclosure.
The master suite with direct access to the lanai and pool area includes an elegant bath with hydrotherapy whirlpool tub and separate showers.
The den/office has custom cabinets and its own fireplace.
- Oversized side-entrance three-car air conditioned garage
- Full house generator
- Impact glass
- Central vacuum
- Outside shower
- Instant hot water
- Lighted landscaping
- Security system with cameras
HAMMOCK DUNES CLUB
Membership in the Hammock Dunes Club is available but NOT required. The Club is a “Distinguished Emerald Club of the World” and includes two 18-hole Championship golf courses by Tom Fazio and Rees Jones. The Creek Course was rated one of the top 100 residential private courses by “Golf Week”. Tennis, croquet and fine dining are also available.
LOCATION: ON FLORIDA'S NORTHEAST COAST
Drive scenic coastal Route A1A or take your boat along the ICW. Either way, Iconic Flagler Beach with its great restaurants and shops is only five miles to the south with Daytona Beach 19 miles beyond. Marineland’s sandy Intracoastal Waterway shores, only eight miles north, are popular among weekend boaters. So too is the Marineland Dolphin Adventure. Travel another 17 miles to St. Augustine, North America’s oldest continuously occupied city.
Flagler Beach was recently featured in Southern Living on a short list of “Laid-Back Beach Towns.” Four of Flagler Beach’s restaurants recently won regional acclaim.
Nearby Interstate 95 provides convenient access to Jacksonville and Orlando. Flagler County’s active executive airport is only 15 minutes away. Nearby Interstate 95 provides easy access to Orlando and Jacksonville.
The Palm Coast area, sometimes referred to as “the quiet side of Florida, features miles of beaches with abundant public access, miles of hiking trails, championship golf courses and top-rated schools. Shop and dine in nearby (just over the bridge) Palm Coast, recently recognized as one of “America’s 50 Best Cities to Live.” Palm Coast’s population recently topped 80,000. Flagler County’s population recently passed the 105,000 mark.
162 Island Estates Pkwy, in the Island Estates section of Hammock Dunes, is offered for $1,777,000 by the Molly Carey team of Molly Carey and Rob Logan, of Berkshire Hathaway HS Fortune Group Properties. Here's how to contact them:
- Molly Carey – (386) 986-0389 or MollyCarey@cfl.rr.com
- Rob Logan – (386) 585-0752 or email@example.com
Why pay South Florida Prices??? Enjoy the sound of surf and refreshing sea breezes. Live near the Atlantic Ocean on the ICW for less than $300/SF!!
PROXIMITY TO THE ATLANTIC OCEAN – By Google Earth
Marineland Dolphin Adventure Historic MARKER
Marineland Dolphin Adventure Historic MARKER was on this October 2016 MARKER Application Review below :
FLORIDA Historical Marker Council
October 12, 2016 – 2:00 p.m. to conclusion
R. A. Gray Building, Room 307
500 South Bronough Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0250
Or via webinar-
Webinar ID: 521-112-451
Items printed in RED Italics indicate that a motion is required.
I. Call to Order and Roll Call
II. Introduction of Council, Staff & Guests
III. Adoption of Agenda
IV. Approval of Minutes from June 17, 2016 and June 24, 2016 Meetings
V. Staff Announcements
VI. Review of Marker Applications
A. St. Margaret’s Church and Cemetery, Fleming Island, Clay County
B. Tallahassee Garden Club Center and Rutgers House, Tallahassee, Leon County
C. J. Vining & Florida Curry Harris and Eugenio Martinez House, Key West, Monroe County
D. First Missionary Baptist Church, Fernandina Beach, Nassau County
E. U.S. Customs House, Courthouse, and Post Office, Fernandina Beach, Nassau County
F. Battle of Waterman’s Bluff, Yulee, Nassau County
G. Tantie School House #14, Okeechobee, Okeechobee County
H. Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit, Apopka, Orange County
I. Belle Glade Mound, Belle Glade, Palm Beach County
J. Marineland Dolphin Adventure, St. Augustine, St. Johns County <-------- K. DeLeon Springs Colored School, DeLeon Springs, Volusia County L. Orange City Colored School, Orange City, Volusia County VII. Other Business VIII. Public Comment IX. Adjourn I do not know just yet if the Official State of Florida MARKER Application was APPROVED and WHO submitted that Formal Application - perhaps Georgia Acquarium did it ?... Hopefully it will be and can compliment that very Historic and History Rich area, i.e., ' Bon Terre Ancient Archaelogical and Paleontological Site a.k.a. FL 0005, Brigadeer General Jose Martin Hernandezs' Plantation Site - ' Malacompra Plantation ', etc. Let's all hope it is APPROVED so that it can further enhance this beautiful area. Thank You.