Surrounded by majestic water and golf on a pie-shaped lot, the Rosa Roaka House at 13709 Rivoli Drive in Frenchman’s Creek, aptly named that for the rare, imported marble from Portugal found throughout the interior, sits at the end of a cul-de-sac guarded by a 50-year-old oak tree. The pie-shaped land opens in the rear to 150 feet in width, revealing its setting on both the majestic lake and the golf course. The property is located conveniently close to both the clubhouse and golf courses, providing a short ride for owners in their golf carts. The new 2012 roof/gutters, bougainvillea trees, pavers, and mature landscaping provide the new homeowner with a turnkey exterior.
Oriented to take advantage of water and golf courses views, this 4200 square-foot ranch home has views from nearly every room, including the office, living, dining, bar and master bedrooms.
Upon entry into the 18-ft vaulted ceiling foyer, dining and living rooms, one can see that no expense was spared in creating an open floorplan which is coveted in today’s architecture. The great room is 33’x24’ with 43 spot lights. Off to the right is a cozy TV viewing room where the present homeowners spend most of their time in the evenings.
The all-white kitchen with absolute black granite has the best stainless-steel appliances, new Bosch/Thermadore ovens, 5-burner natural gas and Kitchen Aid dishwasher, Sub-Zero refrigerator & freezer, and a wine cooler. The laundry room with new LG Steam washer & dryer is adjacent to the walk-in pantry, providing more than enough storage for the gourmet cook.
The office, presently used as a guest bedroom, with full bath, is located in the rear with immediate entry onto the pool deck, covered loggia, outdoor BBQ, and hot tub. It has its own wet bar, kitchenette, and refrigerator.
The master bedroom is 16×16, facing the pool with a 12’/14’ tray ceiling, separate his/hers bathrooms, and steam shower. Both husband and wife have their own closets; the wife’s is huge with separate places for belts, hats, purses, shoes, and scarves.