Seagate completes custom home at Windward Isle

Nathan Law

Seagate Development Group has completed a custom home at Windward Isle, with three additional custom homes under construction. Named the 2019 Aurora Awards’ Residential Community of the Year, this luxurious and favorably located community is a gated enclave of 28 single-family residences within a discreet cul-de-sac on Airport-Pulling Road. It […]

Seagate Development Group has completed a custom home at Windward Isle, with three additional custom homes under construction. Named the 2019 Aurora Awards’ Residential Community of the Year, this luxurious and favorably located community is a gated enclave of 28 single-family residences within a discreet cul-de-sac on Airport-Pulling Road. It was developed by Seagate as Naples’ newest luxury home community in a choice area of world-class destinations. Custom homes in Windward Isle feature architectural designs by JMDG Architecture | Planning + Interiors as well as R.G. Designs.

The completed custom home presents a Sea Breeze II floor plan. This two-story private residence offers over 4,300 square feet of living space – five bedrooms plus a study, five-and-one-half baths, and a three-car garage. The island kitchen unveils quartzite countertops, a Thermador dual fuel range that includes a warming drawer and a steam oven with Wi-Fi capability, perimeter cabinetry, a mosaic backsplash and tile wood-like flooring – which is also featured in the powder bath, the laundry room, the loft area (with a wire-brushed-finished wood floor in this space) and two of the guest bedrooms. The wet bar – just off the kitchen – is complete with an undercounter beverage center and a freestanding 84-inch Thermador wine cooler that holds 98 bottles. Meanwhile, the outdoor living area consists of an undercounter refrigerator, a custom grill, an enviable kitchen hood and brown leather countertops.

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