Located along the Intracoastal Waterway next to the Dye golf course in Landfall is one of the most distinguished contemporary Mediterranean homes along the east coast designed by architect Ian Johnston.
The front lawn was sculpted with gentle rolling terrain to visually blend in with the golf course and the rear lawn has a gentle slope of a natural meadow of Zoysia which creates a harmonious transition to the marsh grasses along the waterway.
The view of the home from the street is softened by a Maritime Forrest recreated by designer Tracy McCullen to enhance the homes natural setting. From the house and pool deck looking towards the water, the view is uninterrupted with the meadow of Zoysia and framed by very large Live Oaks with Spanish moss. The entrance to the front door is framed by a large green Japanese Maple and accented with several Mediterranean pots with Sago Palms. Several Palmetto Palms are used architecturally near the home to accent the style of the home but the overall setting of the landscape is very natural. The covered veranda next to the swimming pool is one of the finest examples of an outdoor living space ever created by any architect and the favorite place of guest to relax and enjoy the view.