- MLS® #: RX-10126214
- 14245 Caloosa Blvd
- Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418
- 4 Bed, 6 Bath, 4257 SqFt
Spectacular golf estate impeccably maintained with million dollar golf course views and lush tropical landscaping overlooking the patio/pool/spa and out to the 14th fairway of the Squire golf course in the Burwick Estates subdivision of PGA National. This 5 bedroom plus den, 61/2 bath estate home with a 3-car garage built in 2004 has over 5,000 square feet of luxurious living space. The downstairs master bedroom features His & Hers baths with walk-in closets and beautiful golf course views. There is also a guest bedroom and office downstairs. This turnkey residence is in move-in ready condition with many custom features like the Chicago brick paver driveway, entry fountain, 500+ bottle climate-controlled wine cellar, volume ceilings, 40kw generator, covered patio with cypress wood ceiling...travertine patio & more.
Basketball, Bike - Jog, Clubhouse, Golf Course, Sidewalks, Street Lights, Tennis
Cable, Public Sewer, Public Water
Garage - Attached, Drive - Circular
Built-in Shelves, Ctdrl/Vault Ceilings, Foyer, Pantry, Roman Tub, Volume Ceiling, Walk-in Closet, Closet Cabinets
Auto Garage Open, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Range - Electric, Refrigerator, Smoke Detector, Wall Oven, Washer, Generator Whle House
Custom Lighting, Zoned Sprinkler, Built-in Grill, Fence
1/4 to 1/2 Acre, Interior Lot, Public Road
Bay Window, Drapes, Impact Glass, Thermal, Blinds, Hurricane Windows
Palm Beach Gardens is located 5 miles north of West Palm Beach, off Interstate 95.
If you like oysters, head over to Spoto's, where black and white photographs of oyster fishermen adorn the walls. The polished tables give the eatery a country club look. Spoto's serves up a delightful bowl of New England clam chowder and an impressive variety of oysters and clams. Sit outside on the patio to take advantage of the area's perfect weather.
Palm Beach Gardens was developed by John D. MacArthur in 1959. His original chosen name for the city was Palm Beach City, but this name was not approved by Florida legislature. Therefore, MacArthur named the city Palm Beach Gardens.
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Listing information last updated on April 23rd, 2017 at 11:22pm EDT.