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Constructed to support carefree living, the home is open and airy. The exterior boasts a unique tabby finish. Tabby is a stucco product with shell embedded in the cement. The material has a timeless character and allows for low maintenance. Not often seen today, tabby was used extensively in coastal districts of Europe in the early nineteenth century. “We’ve done it before; it is a unique finish,” says Kurtz. He follows their projects past completion, with a special homeowners’ program offering a concierge service to maintain their client’s homes long after the move-in date. “We don’t just build a home and leave; we build a home and stay,” says Kurtz. The main living areas are in the western portion of the home and each of these rooms is alive with captivating Gulf and sunset views. Light and bright, the floor plan has an uncluttered footprint with glass on three sides — by the stairs, on the beach side, and by the kitchen — fulfilling Cooney’s vision of incorporating sweeping vistas of the Gulf of Mexico from almost every room. A cheerful light infuses the family room, which offers the perfect open space for indulging in a little entertainment. However, the sight of dolphins frolicking just outside the wall of windows may prove to be stiff competition for any feature film being shown in the room’s big screen television.


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The bright and airy French country kitchen is fully-equipped with a custom La Cornue range from France, which creates a culinary paradise.



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Bordered by the Gulf of Mexico, Naples Bay, and Gordon Pass, Port Royal is considered by many to be the crown jewel of Naples. Over 600 single-family homes, many the most distinctive in Naples, grace the lushly landscaped avenues. A yacht owners paradise, most homes in Port Royal are on deepwater, uninhibited by bridges with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico. Backyard docks graced by sleek yachts and luxury sport boats have made Port Royal one of the world’s foremost aquatic playgrounds. Owners of Port Royal property have the opportunity to join the exclusive Port Royal Club, located directly on the Gulf of Mexico. Members enjoy private dining, a full calendar of entertainment and social events, renovated tennis facilities, Olympic-sized pool, and a spa and fitness center. Located just south of 3rd Street and 5th Avenue in Old Naples, fine dining, entertainment, galleries, and social events are just minutes away. Prices range from a little over $2M to $21M. For more information, call the Port Royal expert:

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TwinEagles Jack Nicklaus and TwinEagles Make a Great Team

TwinEagles has long been a magnet for professional golfers and those who appreciate lush, pastoral surroundings.

Now, with

the opening of its second golf course and the introduction of its attractive Phase II real estate offerings, this splendid community is enjoying a renaissance. Guided by the vision of its new owners, The Ronto Group, TwinEagles promises to be more exceptional than ever. Set on 1,115 acres of sweeping, natural preserves, TwinEagles offers golfers and homeowners a remarkable lifestyle in uncommonly beautiful surroundings. Native grasses and tall stands of oak and pine trees shelter an amazing array of wildlife and form a gentle, undulating backdrop for the exquisite homes and neighborhoods discreetly tucked along the greens and fairways that weave their way throughout the community. The Ronto Group has enlisted an exclusive cadre of the region’s finest builders to create a collection of beautifully designed Phase II homes built to exacting quality standards by Southwest Florida’s most skilled craftsman. Thoughtful planning has ensured the new homes will serve as a perfect complement to those in TwinEagle’s established neighborhoods. Golf club membership is included with the purchase of a new home. Designed by Jack Nicklaus and his son Jack Nicklaus II, the Talon Golf Course is at the heart of TwinEagles. The legendary course is 7,193 yards and the site of the February 2012 ACE Classic—a Champions Tour event that is celebrating its 25th anniversary. 2012 marks the sixth year the Champions Tour has chosen to hold the event at TwinEagles. “There’s a reason the pros play here,” says Kathy Miller, Vice President of Marketing of TwinEagles. “The Talon has all the unique Nicklaus staples: length, tough approach shots, and undulating greens. It is a delight for the pros because of the way it performs. At the same time, it’s a pleasure for members at all levels because of its natural beauty and multiple tee boxes.”


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Premier Sotheby’s International Realty The Old Naples Office 390 Broad Avenue South Naples, FL 34102 C: 239.404.6800 O: 239.434.2424

Fine Art While this home’s stately, traditional appearance is obvious for all to see — something surprising awaits those who enter its doors. Careful attention has been paid to each detail of the home’s design — allowing it to serve as the perfect canvas for the homeowner’s extensive modern art collection. This blending of the traditional and the contemporary was a challenge that Architect John Cooney was more than happy to tackle. “My goal was to design a sophisticated piece of architecture that would nestle into a community that was traditional in nature, serve as a backdrop to the homeowner’s art collection, and deliver phenomenal water views from every room in the house,” says Cooney from Stofft Cooney Architects. While the home’s exterior architecture is old Florida style, upon closer inspection one can notice subtleties that lend a more contemporary countenance. “The smooth precast, precisely built metal roof, thin fascia, soffit details, and clean corbels all give the Old Florida style a cleaner look to tie into the interiors.” says Chuck Rainey, Vice President of BCB Homes. Inside, the home’s monochromatic pallet allows the art to take center stage — with the extra punch of unique architectural detailing. An awe inspiring, multiple-reverse coffered ceiling with indirect lighting ignites the imagination, enhancing the homeowner’s desire to immerse himself into the artistic landscape that brings him joy. Aesthetic Photograph by Giovanni Photography

pieces, such as the rich and tactile stainless sculpture “Looking Down” by Tony Cragg and a beautifully luminous multi-color painting by Peter Zimmerman delight the senses.

The home’s Old Florida architectural style is reflected by traditional details such as porches and large overhangs. The metal roof is indicative of the old tin roofs that were used in the early 1900s. 132




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In search of the perfect fabric There is an immediate sense of satisfaction one gets upon entering the front door of a Boca Bargoons fabric store. You can’t help feeling you’re in the right place as you look for the perfect fabric for your home. Perfection is defined as the highest degree of proficiency, skill, or excellence, and being the best at decorative fabric isn’t easy. It requires a well-choreographed effort by highly trained and talented people. The staff at Boca Bargoons is exactly that… aisle upon aisle, rolls of decorative fabric are meticulously paired in stories of coordinated vignettes synchronized by colors and patterns that make the visual experience of Boca Bargoons extraordinary. This process is repeated continually as new fabrics from the world’s finest weavers arrive. Name brands like Brunschwig & Fils, Clarence House, Scalamandre, Lee Jofa, and many more fill the Naples store from ceiling to floor. The daily arrival of these impressive name brands coupled with the meticulous efforts of displaying them are only half the story of success in this renowned fabric company. The other half and perhaps the most memorable of the Boca Bargoons experience would be the price you pay for the fabric itself. The premium fabrics this company carries also command an equally premium price, however, their heavily discounted pricing — coupled with weekly sales events — makes shopping for fabric more of an adrenaline rush than a job.

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On any given day, scores of decorators are hard at work at Boca Bargoons cutting samples of fabrics for clients’ approval, as Boca Bargoons carries hard-to-find, rare fabrics, as well as current patterns and colors.

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When designing or renovating a home today, selecting natural stone for surfaces comes with abundant choice. With today’s exquisite options, the design possibilities are endless when you factor in the varieties, colors, and textures of natural stone. The most frequently selected stone is granite, with its timeless beauty and elegance. It is both prestigious and practical. No two slabs of granite are exactly the same, which means yours will be completely unique. In addition, granite is one of the hardest materials on earth, so it is not likely to scratch. Granite is also porous, so it should be sealed with a good quality sealer. Sealing will give you time to clean up spills before they are absorbed into the stone to create a stain. On occasion, you may want to spruce up the shine and add a little extra protection from fingerprints on your granite countertops by using a stone polish. Another popular choice is marble. It is commercially defined as any limestone that will take a polish. Marble in its


purest state is white; colored marbles are the result of other minerals being mixed with the calcite or dolomite. Marble, no matter what the color, will usually have some type of veining running through it; the veins are usually different in color than the main color of the stone. Marble is relatively soft when compared to other stones, such as granite, so care should be taken because it can scratch easily and is sensitive to acidic chemicals.


With the neutral granite flooring as the only fixed design component, Wyss was given a blank palette with which to work. He thought carefully about the balance between nature and design, the movement of light through the home, and the prominence of the brilliant blues of the Gulf and the sky. “Spaces should create emotions,” Wyss believes. “By combining noble materials and modern shapes, we’ve created a contemporary, sporty, and elegant effect with a distinctly European flair. It’s timeless and inviting.” The designer used a masterful mix of contrasting elements to convey both luxury and simplicity. The gleam of the granite floors is complemented by the depth and texture of the softly colored Venetian stucco walls. Brightly colored abstract art is balanced by rich, neutral fabrics, warm woods, and leather. Chandeliers in sparkling jewel tones offer an enchanting focal point. “Every element has its own characteristic feel and special sensuality,” says Wyss. “The correct use of material, shape, and color is important for all the elements to work together to their best advantage. This is especially true when there is so much brightness to consider.” Working together, Wyss and his clients built each room, element by element, with hand-crafted lighting fixtures, exquisite wall finishes, and meticulously vetted furnishings.

Above — Custom-designed couches and tables create a sense of symmetry in the living room. The neutral palette provides an ideal backdrop for the large contemporary canvas and the spectacular view. Previous Page — The spacious foyer sets the stage for the home using all of the designer’s signature elements in a sleek and glamorous mix of color, light, and texture that showcases the owners’ magnificent contemporary art collection. The tables are made of Murano glass and imported from Italy. 328

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