Florida ID: 3920
244 Sedona Way
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.3,691
A 24-hour Manned Guard Gate Entry leads to the Centerpiece of the Community, Club Mirabella. This Resort-Style Clubhouse features Social rooms and a Sophisticated Fitness Center with a Separate Aerobics/Yoga room for classes and Cardiovascular/Weight Machines, all Guided by a full-time Events Co-ordinator. Completing the Complex is a Dramatic Oversize Pool with Sundecks, Locker Rooms, a Children's Playroom and a Library. The Tennis Center provides granular/composite Surface Lighted Courts, all included in the HOA! The Residence which has an Inviting Courtyard Entry that adds an air of Tropical Elegance leads to a Double Door Entry with Guest Powder Room with Pedestal Sink that opens to the Breathtaking Living Room with 12' Ceilings and Sliders with Views of the Lake and Leads to the Covered Patio that overlooks the Custom Heated Pool with Spa and the Lush Lakeside Lot. There is a Formal Dining Room with a Glass Block Window and a Gourmet Kitchen with Whirlpool Gold Stainless Steel Appliances including a Double Oven & Gas Cook top, Granite Countertops and a Breakfast Area, opening to the Family room that overlooks the Lake and has Sliders to the Pool Area, All having 18" tile floors on the Diagonal and Crown Moldings! The Master Suite is Secluded and has Sliders to the Pool, 2 Walk-in Closets and a Sumptuous Bath with a Sunken Tub, 2 Separate Vanities and a Stall Shower! There is a Bedroom Wing with 3 Carpeted Bedrooms, Full Bath with a Double Bowl Vanity and a Utility room. A Must See, Priced to Sell!
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Palm Beach Gardens
Once comprised of empty miles of dairy cattle grazing land, Palm Beach Gardens was conceived and designed by multimillionaire insurance magnate and landowner John D. MacArthur.
Today, Palm Beach Gardens is a bustling signature city with over 30% of its land mass dedicated to green space, recreation programs tailored for residents of all ages, and an award-winning Art in Public Places program. Mr. MacArthur envisioned the city streets lined with trees and flowers, and he invested millions of dollars to create a Florida community with hundreds of waterways, rolling terrain, magnificent mature pine and shade trees, and rich foliage. In 1964, MacArthur heard that the Professional Golfers Association (PGA) was looking to relocate its home offices and golf courses; he donated more than $2 million to the project. In March 1965, the clubhouse was completed and the PGA moved in. In 1972, the PGA moved from the property that would become the J.D.M. Country Club and today is known as BallenIsles.