Belmont Shore's Priciest Homes: 6020 Lido Lane

Belmont Shore Patch will look regularly at the most expensive house on the market in the 90803 zip code. This week's is on prime Naples waterfront real estate: $8,995,000.

With its bayfront location, two open water boat docks and nearly 8,000 square feet, this week's highest-priced home on the Belmont Shore-Naples market is priced at nearly $9 million, according to AOL Real Estate.

Called a landmark estate and built in 1989, the white house is described in the AOL entry as "the pinnacle of bay-front living in Long Beach's exclusive Naples enclave."

It goes on, "the stunning multi-story residence is a prominent vision along the coast, bathed in a Mediterranean-style white color theme with vast window expanses, romantic archways and view-enhanced balconies. Approximately 7,920 square feet of exceptional living space is home to 5 bedrooms, 6 baths, top-of-the-line gourmet kitchen, walk-in pantry, formal living room and grand dining room all with breathtaking views."

The 20% down payment for this spread, based ona 30-year fixed interest loan, would be about $1.8 million alone. Other features of the home: an elevator, den/office, family room, guest/maid quarters, direct-access 3-car garage, and a wine cellar "that would make a sommelier proud. Entertaining along the bay is enhanced by a gracious patio with enchanting fountain, professional-quality grill, soothing spa and fire pit. Oh what a view."

This is the first of a regular feature about some of the most expensive property in Belmont Shore as determined by AOL Real Estate. Want to be notified every time we post a new article in this series? Click the "Keep me posted" button in the box below. 


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