A waterfront estate on Siesta Key has hit the market for $21 million.
Designed by renowned architect Guy Peterson, the home, at 8250 Sanderling Road, has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and two half-baths, according to a statement. Situated on one 1, it has 7,756 square feet of living space. The home is marketed by Joel Schemmel of the Schemmel Soda Group at Premier Sotheby’s International Realty’s Sarasota office. "Architectural brilliance meets coastal-contemporary luxury in this exceptional estate," Schemmel says in the statement.
The sellers, according to Premier Sotheby’s, are prominent local art collectors Bill and Elaine Crouse, who, the brokerage says, "have a highly coveted art deco poster collection."
The listing was also featured in a Wall Street Journal story Thursday under the headline "Inside a Florida Waterfront Home that Rivals Most Art Galleries."
Built in 2000, the modern beach residence was fully renovated in 2014. Composed of four rectangular pavilions, the artistic exterior is supported by an unfinished concrete framework.
The owner's suite offers a terrace overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, sitting area, coffee bar, organized closets and dual ensuite bathrooms, the release states. A landscaped rooftop terrace overlooks the grounds. There is an office with panoramic views of the Gulf, and all guest accommodations include ensuite bedrooms.
The foyer provides a panoramic view of all levels, offering a perspective of glass, concrete, metal and white. The dining room showcases concrete columns against sanded glass walls, framing a beach view through floor-to-ceiling windows. The custom kitchen includes teak accents found throughout the home and features top-line appliances, marble counters and dual islands.
Situated within the 24-hour, guard-gated community of Sanderling Club, the home offers access to the beach clubhouse, tennis facility and boat docks. Heron Lagoon provides more than 150 feet of Gulf frontage and an additional 150-plus waterfront feet along the lagoon's edge.