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For the wanton at heart

Posted: Nov. 18th, 2005  |  By JustLuxe TeamThe Affluent Lifestyle Guide
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Luxury Homes: You're known for your indecisiveness- fortunately for you, your indecision is the least of your concerns. If you can't choose between the Valentino and the Armani suit, you get them both. On the fence about the Prada or the Fendi handbag? No problem, they're both going home with you. You're the same way when it comes to houses (and coasts for that matter). You have your place on the West coast (or maybe you settled on a place in the Hamptons) and now you can't seem to scratch that itch for some place in the welcoming Florida sun. How's this for a dream house: a Mediterranean-inspired estate with beautiful ocean views, only steps away from the beach. Inside you'll find floors made of Jerusalem marble and African cherry, plus gorgeous French doors.

Perfect for the indecisive homebuyer. You'll have 9,220-plus square feet to roam (should you get bored in one spot), five bedrooms, 5-1/2 baths, an elevator, and a two-car garage. All this for a tame $2.495 million. (Estate Agent Robert Stunkel, Web Reference #2375291; Phone: 561.278.8188). Still not sure? Then build your own estate. Offered at $85 Million are nearly nine acres of buildable oceanfront land, peerless in all of South Florida. You'll get private beachfront and dockage capability for almost any size yacht.

You can even choose your neighbors, should you decide to divide up the lots(there is the possibility to subdivide five lots). (Estate Agent Pascal Liguori; Web Reference #2554035; Phone: 561.278.8188). If you're still not sure, Premier Estate Properties has dozens of other listed properties in many price ranges (their entire portfolio consists of $658 million in luxury, oceanfront, intercoastal, deepwater and country club properties in South Florida.

For LxM Amy Covington
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