12 Aug Seagate’s Tortola model on schedule for December completion
Seagate Development Group LLC’s furnished Tortola model, now under construction in Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club’s Salerno 2 neighborhood, is 50 percent finished and on schedule for completion in December. Priced at $2.595 million with furnishings, the Tortola will showcase an interior by Freestyle Interiors’ Lead Designers Ruta Menaghlazi and Lucie Simmons.
The model’s Hamptons beach house, inspired architectural style designed by RG Designs, offers an open-concept floor plan with 3,892 square feet under air and an additional 1,058 square feet of outdoor living space. The home’s grand entry and wide foyer will lead to a massive grand room that fully opens to the outdoor living area. The grand room, gourmet island kitchen, and a dining area with a full wet bar will offer an elegant yet comfortable living space. The plan includes a study, four bedrooms, four full baths, two half-baths and a three-car garage. The sitting area in the owner’s bedroom opens to the outdoors while two of the guest suites open to a private walled garden. The third guest bedroom serves as a VIP suite that opens to an outdoor living area with a fireplace, kitchen, dining and conversation areas, a pergola, and a pool and spa.
Menaghlazi and Simmons created a beach style interior with global influences and edgy furniture pieces. Neutral background tones will be accented with teal, tan, browns and black along with foliage. The flooring in the living areas will be natural medium-toned walnut hardwood.
The Tortola’s foyer features niches on either side, each of which will be finished with a framed mirror wall detail that combines millwork and mirrors. A flooring inlay will include a combination of glass mosaic tile, regular tile and a wood border. A 16-foot pop-up ceiling contributes to the foyer’s open feeling. A three-tiered ceiling detail in the study will be finished with millwork trim and crown molding. A metal partner’s desk, sofa, and a pair of side tables will give the room a cozy, intimate feeling. In addition to abstract art pieces, the room’s modern palette will include a mix of textures, teals, metal, walnut wood, and bronze.
Three rectangular reverse soffit ceiling details with hidden LED lighting will establish the comfortable mood in the great room that opens to the outdoor living area. Raised dimensional panels with a flat stock trim detail on the feature wall will serve as a background for a built in. The space will accommodate an 80-inch television. A chandelier will be suspended over the seating area. Slatted curved teak benches will complement the feature wall. A woven area rug will anchor an accent color palette that will be a play on neutrals with pops of teal, black, and white.
The adjoining kitchen will feature an island with a black base cabinet and antique white perimeter cabinetry, all of which will be topped by quartz counters. Bar stools with a nubby textured fabric will provide seating. Modern metal drum pendant lighting fixtures will be suspended over the island. A coordinating black brass fixture with a light white shade will be presented in the dining area where a black double pedestal table will be surrounded by slip-covered chairs. The dining area will also feature gold finished sculptural leaf artwork.
Walk-in closets will flank the hallway leading to the master bedroom that will include a sitting area that opens to the lanai. The room’s warm tones will continue the wood flooring, walnut woods, ceramic pops of black, global accessories, and artwork found throughout the home. The flooring in the master bath will transition to a light cream 24-inch porcelain tile that has a champagne-toned limestone look. The bath’s neutral wall tones will be accented by artwork. Floating walnut vanity cabinets with a mirror detail and LED lighting will be topped by quartz counters. A soft glass tile listello will be featured in the shower.
A conversation area on the covered lanai will feature a ventless fireplace with a linear burner. The summer kitchen will include a U-shaped walk-up bar, a grill, cabinetry and work space on the grill wall. A dining area off the great room will overlook the outdoor area’s pergola, pool and spa.
Seagate is also a preferred builder in Quail West where the firm is designing a 5,000-square-foot grand estate model. The new residence is being designed by RG Designs. Plans call for the model to incorporate large living spaces, numerous gardens and water features, four bedrooms, 4.5 baths, a reception area, and a massive great room, island kitchen, wet bar, and a dining area with a walk-in wine room. The preliminary plan also features a study/club room, two two-and-a-half car garages and a landscaped outdoor living area with a year-round kitchen, fireplace, a custom pool with an island, multiple gathering areas, and numerous water features.
Seagate’s completed Pine Valley estate is open for viewing and purchase at Quail West priced at $4.295 million with furnishings.
Seagate is poised begin construction of its 4,597-square-foot four-bedroom plus den, 4.5-bath furnished Captiva model at Hill Tide Estates, a 9.98-acre gated enclave on the southern tip of Boca Grande. The Captiva plan is one of six floor plans now included in Seagate’s Hill Tide Estates offering. The Old Florida style plans, all designed by RG Designs, range from 3,577 to over 5,000 square feet under air. Home sites start at $1.4 million. An on-site sales center is open daily.
Seagate has completed construction of its new Sea Breeze I model at Windward Isle, a gated enclave of 28 single-family luxury homes being developed by Seagate south of Orange Blossom Drive on Airport-Pulling Road in North Naples. The 3,074-square-foot under air Sea Breeze I model by RG Designs is priced at $1.649 million fully furnished. A 4,079-square-foot, two-story Grenada model created by Weber Design Group is expected to be completed in October priced at $1.875 million with furnishings. Both models feature interiors by Jinx McDonald Interior Designs.
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