Bay Harbor Properties, which has recently joined forces with Sotheby's, has one of it's first post-merger listings up. The house, located up on the Shores II, is only a few lots away from the Yacht Club and new Lange Performing Arts Center. The house is known for having a rounded turret on the north corner that resembles a small lighthouse (this is not the only Bay Harbor home with that motif, so I call it the 'little' one). The house looks to be decorated in a simple/modern design. 5 beds, 5 baths, 5,50 sp ft and it looks like they are willing to bundle their slip at the Yacht Club!
Take a look at the Harbor | Sotheby's listing:
Unique custom built home located in Shores II just steps away from the Bay Harbor Yacht Club. Designed by an international architect, this five bedroom, fourand one-half bath property features two master suites and museum quality cherry wood floors, windows, doors, trim and cabinetry. With a 3-story observatory lighthouse tower, decking and walk-outs at each level, the views include the best of Bay Harbor Lake entrance channel, Yacht Docks, Lake Michigan and the Village. This home has high-end fixtures, appliances and a professionally designed controlled electrical system along with heating and air conditioning zoned to each floor. Additional features include athree car garage with a 10-foot clearance, a private courtyard and extensive landscaping. The professional state-of-the-art home theater system, furnishingsand a private yacht dock are available.
Definitely take a look, the sound system in the living room looks pretty loud!
And, congratulations to Mr. Johnson, Mrs. Baciagalupi, Mrs. Etienne, and the rest of Bay Harbor for another great achievement! I expect them expanding their reach out of Bay Harbor to the surrounding area may shake a few things up, and the customer will come out the winner!