Situated in the very private and gated Sanderling Club on Siesta Key, Architectural Award-winning Beach House in Florida that reminds on-lookers of a Rubik’s Cube is available for $14.5 million. This dramatically sculpted residence, which is situated on 1.53 acres was designed by noted Sarasota architect Guy Peterson, who organized living spaces in color coded cubes.
The purity and logic of a simple concrete frame is enriched by the placement of volumetric “cubes,” says Peterson.
Placed near a beachfront, this house comes with deep overhangs that allow sufficient light to come into the house but shade the property at the same time. The home functions like a private family resort with its wonderfully large pool designed to accommodate both water polo games and lap swimming. The pool features a slide purely for the fun of it and an oversized Jacuzzi for relaxing.
A fire pit is ideal for evening gatherings and the volley ball court attracts players of all ages. The other amenities within the house include an automatic garage door, central heating and air conditioning, elevator, wood cabinets, stone counters, a storage room, heated pool, a spa, a wet bar and a walk in closet for all your clothes and accessories.
This luxury cube beach house is currently being offered for sale through Mayfair International Realty members Michael Saunders & Company.