Sold within 5 weeks, after nearly 6 years on the market.
About the Point Lot Compound For those who have been seeking the ultimate sportsman’s retreat and waterfront compound, look no further! Situated on the Intracoastal Waterway adjacent to the protected waters of the Mosquito Lagoon, and spread out over a +/-7 acre parcel of peninsular waterfront land1, this Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired masterpiece was painstakingly created over three years.
The main house is comprised of 3 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. A separate 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom guesthouse offers a stately respite for your valued guests. Elegant stonework throughout the estate provides a magnificently unique setting, while rich hardwood floors, ceilings and cabinetry create an elegant yet cozy atmosphere reminiscent of a luxury hunting lodge.
The outdoor areas are simply stunning. Lush foliage surrounding the lagoon-style pool creates an intimate backdrop, evoking feelings reminiscent of a tropical resort. Recreational opportunities abound with the on-site tennis court, private cove, L-shaped dock with boathouse and free form pool with Jacuzzi overlooking the Intracoastal waterway. The picturesque aquatic scene provides a tranquil venue for this waterfront paradise. A true private sanctuary!
Additional construction on the site is also possible, including the option for a private helipad.
You can manipulate the map above using your mouse. The Property occupies the entire point of +/-7 acres!
About the Location Edgewater, Florida is an Intracoastal waterfront community that offers small town charm in a city experiencing continual growth in business and commercial activity. The city traces its roots to the 1800s when Dr. John Milton Hawks, the famed abolitionist and United States Army Surgeon, settled in the area before it was incorporated as a Town in 1924. The City of Edgewater was incorporated in 1954. Edgewater’s most well known asset may be the famous Mosquito Lagoon, one of the least developed regions on the east coast of Florida. The lagoon has a resident population of bottlenose dolphins, and high salinity levels that allow for many species of fish that would normally only be found in the ocean. It is designated an Estuary of National Significance by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and is afforded the highest level of protection. The area in and around Mosquito Lagoon provides habitat for 12 endangered or threatened species. In addition, it supports the multi-million dollar fisheries in the surrounding area.
In 2008, recognizing the challenges that face a burgeoning and developing city, Edgewater city officials teamed with the Central Florida Sustainable Communities Initiative to determine a vision for planning the city’s future. This includes, among other things, expanding the amenities of Kennedy Park, maintaining the charm of traditional coastal Florida architecture, and creating a distinct downtown area where people can work, play, and live. The city’s Vision Statement perhaps best surmises the plan: “The City of Edgewater will be a safe, clean, accessible and environmentally-friendly community with a small-town atmosphere. Edgewater will continue to be a waterfront-oriented community that provides a sustainable, high quality of life, with a strong sense of pride in our civic amenities, our community facilities, our vibrant and distinctive neighborhoods and our thriving downtown.”
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1 - Total property parcel is +/- 7.34 acres as per Volusia County property records. Acreage includes some wetland area.