12236 Tillinghast Circle, Palm Beach Gardens12236 Tillinghast Circle, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418
- $ 10,000,000
- Full baths
- Year build
- Single Family Detached
Few residential properties complement their natural surroundings quite like this epic, Mediterranean-style masterpiece, seamlessly tucked into a storied slice of South Florida. Old Palm Golf Club, built on the last parcel of land owned by famed real estate investor John D. MacArthur's foundation, provides the lush backdrop for this throwback ode to sprawling splendor, a stately setting with more than 13,580 square feet of sophisticated living spaces. The five-bedroom layout (with six full baths and one half-bath) overlooks the 16th hole of the perfectly manicured Old Palm championship course designed by legendary PGA golfer Ray Floyd. The same attention to outdoor aesthetic detail is reflected in the artfully rendered landscaping that beautifully frames a two-story design encompassing more than 20,000 square feet overall. Inside, a sense of European glamour fills an entry way with a dramatic double staircase, setting a stylish tone for what's to come. Rooms with volume ceilings, flooring cast in marble and onyx, exquisite molding, and hand-painted ceilings, catch the eye at every turn. Interior features include a mammoth master suite with a sitting area and gas fireplace; a stunning master bath with two walk-in showers and a luxurious whirlpool spa-tub; a club room; a cinema-styled theater room; a handsome gourmet kitchen with custom wood cabinetry; a secondary indoor summer kitchen for events and entertaining; and much more. A pool area that recalls a luxury resort setting is the centerpiece of a backyard area with a spacious covered loggia, summer kitchen and pergola-covered spa. Residents of Old Palm Golf Club have access to a variety of high-end amenities, including four world-class dining options at the clubhouse, on-site concierge service, a spa and fitness center, and Beach Club access to additional amenities at nearby Hilton Singer Island.
Listing Courtesy of Douglas Elliman