SOLD | Built 2004 | 12,162 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 10 Baths | 1.21 Acres
17791 Saxony Court, Boca Raton, Florida, United States, 33496
Sitting on over an acre of manicured formal Renaissance-style gardens designed by David Font, this 12,000 square foot French château designed by architect Randall Stofft has sold for $7.65 million. The property hit the market in August 2020 for $8.5 million. Featuring interiors from Gil Walsh, this spectacular residence showcases a two-storey entry foyer, a butterfly-effect split staircase, Venetian plaster with hand-waxed finishes, and stately architectural millwork. Utmost attention has been paid to every detail throughout the home, every layer creates more interest, from the rich wood-panelled library to the French Bordeaux wood inlay floors, the downstairs garden-view, secluded master suite, and stunning Guatemalan marble walk-through steam shower in the partner master bathrooms.
The majestic formal living and dining rooms, family room, double island gourmet kitchen with top-tier Miele, Wolf, and Sub-Zero appliances are all superbly done. And yet, it is the unexpected intimate spaces that surprise: unique double powder rooms off of the entry foyer, a petite tete-a-tete salon adjacent to a splendid family room, a picturesque breakfast room, a cinematic private theatre, and more. With a second level devoted exclusively to the VIP and four additional guest suites, an expansive upstairs covered terrace overlooking the pool and garden, a lavish poolside covered entertaining loggia with snack bar, this chateau affords a gracious entertaining lifestyle. The property was on the market for $8.49 million with Brian E. Ross of Premier Estate Properties.