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."
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