2314 East County Hwy 30A
This luxurious three story home has fifty feet of Gulf frontage and features a beautiful and spacious floor plan. Sea Sabella's specially milled sunken cypress siding was reclaimed from some of North Florida's own rivers and makes the house a Seaside standout. On the ground floor the outside deck has a silver travertine floor. Each of the two king bedrooms have custom fabricated headboards, luxurious Signoria bed linens of Indanthren colors and each has its own private bathroom. A specially designed media room features a 52" flat screen television that appears in the mirrored wall with a blu ray dvd player.
The custom milled rift-sawn white oak stairs with glass railings leads you to the second floor where you will find an open floor plan. The chef-inspired kitchen includes Sub-Zero refrigerator, wine cooler & ice machine, Wolf oven & range, Bosch dishwasher, Kohler sink, Blanco faucet, and custom cabinets in a wengae finish that reach to the ceiling. The kitchen backsplash is made of painted glass to match the wall color. The white marble kitchen island with waterfall sides adds drama to the space. The German-made Roeder folding glass wall opens up to the extraordinary split-level teak deck that provides unobstructed views of the Gulf of Mexico. Custom built daybeds with specially made outdoor fabrics and cushions make it easy to relax while looking out on the beach and the emerald water.
The stairs to the third floor have open risers and glass railings that allow light to flow down from the windows above. The third floor is completely devoted to the master bedroom suite and has some of the most amazing views found in Seaside. The master bathroom has a glass-enclosed rain shower, light-therapy jetted Oceania tub, Kohler and Honsqrohe faucets and luxurious vein cut silver travertine throughout. The vanity area is uniquely created with an Agape "Insegna" Italian mirror that suspends from the ceiling and is viewed from both sides.
There is a 3 night minimum year round or a Saturday - Saturday stay is required during the spring break and summer.