Florida ID: 7498
301 Garden Road
Beautifully Update Henry Harding Bermuda Home Palm Beach
- Garage Spaces2
- Approx. Sq. Ft.4,990
This home has been updated with many extras including, new electrical system, 2 new A/C units with ductwork, and a whole house generator. The living and dining rooms both offer views through the spacious awning covered patio to the outdoor entertaining areas complete with natural gas fire pit and renovated pool w/8 seat spa and an entire summer kitchen with Viking outdoor range, grill, rotisserie, wok and extra burner, as well as, a beer tap, ice-maker, refrigerator and double sink. The cabana room and outdoor shower make this the ultimate in outdoor/indoor living space. Inside this beautiful home the updates continue in the kitchen where you'll find the Thermador side-by-side refrigerator/freezer, double electric ovens and professional grade warming drawer. A Viking professional 6 burner gas range and Miele & Bosch dishwashers make the kitchen complete and in the laundry room you'll find the GE Profile pedestal programmable washer/dryer. Upon entering the home's bright foyer you'll be greeted by a sunny library/living room with built-in His & Hers recessed desks with office space. The entire house has a by room entertainment system compatible with all 21st century devices including satellite radio, the living room has an A/V system with 60" TV and Sensurround Sound. The master suite offers a cozy space overlooking the pool or use the electronic shades for a little privacy; the master bath has an oversized shower with 12 spray jets and a rainshower head. And with 2 new "instant hot" water units and reverse osmosis units it provides unlimited filtered hot water. The 2-car garage has Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer and double gasket 110 bottle wine refrigerator and abundant storage. The combination of hurricane impact resistant windows and fully compliant electric shutters is sure to keep you feeling secure in this very special home.
According to early settler accounts, Palm Beach received its name from the shipwreck of the "Providencia."
The ship washed ashore in January of 1878 with a cargo of cocoanuts bound from Havana to Barcelona. Early settlers lost no time salvaging and planting the cocoanuts, which were not native to South Florida, hoping to launch the area into the commercial cocoanut industry. But this lush barrier island, 16 miles long and located 65 miles north of Miami, was destined for much bigger things. Its close proximity to the warm waters of the Gulf Stream produced a hothouse environment where the crème de la crème would flourish.