Modern Florida Beach House Was Made for Marble Lovers

The original owner filled the lavish property, which spans the ocean to the Intercoastal Waterway in Highland Beach, with bookmatched Carrara.

This modern Florida beach house, built of poured concrete and steel in 2019, was made for marble lovers.

"The person who built the home originally was in the marble business, and all the floors of the main level are clad in bookmatched Italian Carrara marble," according to listing agent Carmen di Angelo. "It's really the quality of materials in this home that make it stand out."

The 2.35-acre property also comes with a private nature preserve and access to both the Atlantic oceanfront and Intercoastal Waterway, where there's a private dock with two lifts.

 The dock has two boat lifts for between 7,000 and 28,000 pounds," Ms. di Angelo said.

Walled and gated, the home prioritizes security, while its Malibu-inspired style is "clean and modern, yet warm," Ms. di Angelo said. "Blonde wood detail and flooring on the upper level makes it feel very beachy and relaxed. It offers a Southern California feel, without the taxes."

The 13,505-square-foot home has five bedrooms, with seven full and two half bathrooms, and sits upon 2.35 acres.

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