HOMES OF THE TREASURE COAST
a 600-pound statue that fits by just an eighth of an inch into
The staircase gracefully glides from the foyer to the landing.
With poured concrete over a panic room, the steps are
firm under your feet. It took three different engineers before
Todd finally had the structural design he wanted for the
stairs and landing.
All of the 8-foot doors in the home are arched, with the
door to the guest suite beautifully hand-carved in Bali. The
upstairs pool parlor includes a Maitland-South bar made
from a balloon gondola. Outside is a large sundeck overlooking
the pool, lake and preserve, with trees blocking out the
houses across the lake. Frank deliberately turned the house as
much as he could on the lot to keep from looking at neighbors
on either side. The west wall has one window in the
master bath, while the narrow, impact-resistant windows on
the east side allow some lake views.
EFFICIENCY TO THE MAX
“It was designed so no sun comes in the windows,” Frank
says. “You have no heat problems, no UV light damage.”
The air conditioning cools with three commercial grade
air handlers and three compressors — all with a 19 SEER >>
The intimate wine cellar includes room for tasting.