$14M Eric Watson-Designed Retreat Fronting St. Andrews Bay (PHOTOS)

$14M Eric Watson-Designed Retreat Fronting St. Andrews Bay

$14,000,000 | Built 2016 | 21,975 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 5.5+ Baths | 3.1 Acres
3807 Delwood Drive, Panama City Beach, Florida, United States, 32408
Designed by architect Eric Watson and built in 2016 by Clifford C. Myers of Macintosh Myers Construction, this impressive Hamptons style residence sits on a 3.1 acre property with 200-feet of frontage on St. Andrews Bay in Panama City Beach, Florida. The substantial 21,975 square foot residence has hit the market for $14 million. The optimal balance of both common and intimate areas is achieved in the expansive floor plan of highly articulated living space spanning three cohesive levels interconnected by both grand staircases and elevator. The estate is geographically poised within close proximity to the famed Shell Island and Gulf of Mexico pass by boat along with the world-class dining and entertainment venues found throughout inland Panama City Beach and 30A.
The kitchen is a chef’s dream featuring custom cabinetry hand crafted by Morgan Creek, marble countertops, and separate serving pantry. The backyard is synonymous with relaxation. Take a dip in the saltwater infinity pool overlooking the Bay or catch a tan on the private white sand beach with room to add a 150-foot dock. The one-acre parcel to the West of the main home is an extenuation of the estate providing additional parking and storage in addition to a four-car garage with workshop and fully equipped kitchen. Notable accommodations include a private helicopter pad, seven-car garage, geothermal heating and cooling system, whole home automation system, state of the art theatre room, commercial grade generator, and a safe room with dedicated communications. The property is on the market for $14 million with Lori Buckalew of Corcoran.

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