Spanning three gulfside lots, this home at 1976 E. County Highway, 30A, is the only one built in the United States by the late architect, Aldo Rossi. Once referred to as "a poet who happens to be an architect", Rossi won the International Pritzker Prize in 1990 for his neo-rationaist architecture.
This beautiful, two-storied, white home, built in 1997, covers over 3000 square feet. Somewhat secluded, it is a short walk from Seaside.
The home's Florida Cottage style matches its splendorous, beach-colored furnishings throughout with colors white, tan, blue, green, and gray. The floors are all hardwood with tile in the entry-way and bathrooms.
The two guest bedrooms and bathrooms are on the first floor. The living room, dining area and stainless-steel kitchen, and master suite are on the second floor.
The master suite includes two recliners and a desk as well as a master bathroom with a two-person, glass shower.
One of the most amazing parts of the home is the 16'x60' roof deck with sunrise to sunset views of the emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico. It is accessible by a sky light remote hatch, which opens to being surrounded by a skyline of the many Seaside cottage rooftops and towers in the area.
There is also a canvas-covered courtyard with built-in kitchen and dining area. It includes an outdoor shower for coming in off the beach.
Additional features include built-in home theater, stereo speakers throughout the house, a covered outdoor living area, and two carports.
You can view everything this home has to offer in our virtual tour online.