The Aviano furnished model home by Harborside has been opened for viewing and a possible purchase and is now available to all aspirant homeowners with a good taste of luxury. The homes are located in North Naples? Fairgroove neighborhood whose ?park lifestyle? grants access to water, a golf course and preserve views. The neighborhood has a total of 24 homes on only one side of its street; all of these were designed to face south. To the north are a Talis Park preserve and the golf course albeit in a neighboring community which face the house unobstructed to give the owners a nice view. Italian renascence designs grace the classic feel of Naples? architecture and are complemented by a meticulously chosen Spanish style. Harbourside Homes offers size choices between 3,100 to 4000 square feet. The lowest price for a single package is $ 1.35 million.ˇ
The $1,595,000 fully furnished Aviano model?s interior was done by Rebekah Erret-Pikosky and his colleague Charlie Hansen who are two of Clive Daniel Home?s most elite designers. The interior and 3 car garage accounts for only 1334 sq ft of the home?s entire 4,101 sq ft; the rest is accounted for by the outdoor living space with 2,767 sq ft under air. The model has in it three bedrooms, a study, 3 and a half baths and a formal dining. Of course there will be cooking in the island kitchen which has a breakfast nook attached to it. A quick scan of the outdoor living space will reveal a pool and spa which has a colonnade surround. Additional aspects are a fireplace and the summer kitchen which has a sink, an under-counter fridge, granite countertops, a backsplash which matches the countertops and a gas grill. To make the Aviano worth its price, the designers took their time in combining elements to create what became a contemporary look with a far-thrown but recognizable traditional feel. The dominant color is gray although hints of penny orange, copper and slate blue were introduced to bring in vibrant accents. Cerused oak was chosen for flooring in the most frequented living areas while marble is used to grace all major entrance points.
The dining room opens up to the living room with a distinct column delineating the expansive space from the entrance. In the living room is an astounding feature wall which gets its appeal from the bump out columns which combined, form a deep niche which is capable of accommodating a huge television. Beneath the niche is a contemporary four-door espresso console. For seating, there are two full-sized sofas covered in gray velvet and an additional two wood framed accentuating chairs which match the color of the console. There is a big coffee table in the center which is made of an attention-demanding chrome base with a glass top. For great effect, the coffee table is complemented by two accent tables and a matching number of upholstered ottomans albeit in slate blue instead of the expected espresso.ˇ
The ceiling adds detail to the relaxed ambience of the room. In it is a 24-inch deep coffer which has two square drywall beams which span the entire room. Wide pocketing sliding glass doors open the living room to an equally inspiring outdoor living space. The doors are among some of the aspects which make contemporary the dominant theme.ˇ
In the kitchen is an ergonomically comfortable island and three bar stools. Here, the island gets all the attention for its base cabinetry which is intuitively finished in espresso. The granite top distinguishes from everything else in the room by bringing in vibrant gray-brown with beautiful streaks of copper. The perimeter cabinetry has a white finish with brown quartz countertops. For the backsplash, an opalescent mosaic tile was chosen; its effect is complemented by pendant lighting. The breakfast nook which attaches to the kitchen is generous in offering a good view of the lanai, golf course and pool should an occupant feel an intuitive desire to look north.
The study has a six-shelf bookcase which stands free and in a design anyone who plans to spend a good deal of their time hear will like. Like in the living room the desk has a chrome base with a glass top. For accentuation, there is a rectangular mirror in a silver frame and other well selected items in the shades of blue and gray which serve to bring in the theme into the seriousness room too.ˇ
In the master suite, that which first catches your attention is the slate blue headboard with upholstery; from whoever?s perspective, it can only be described as elegant. The night stands and bed?s shades are dark espresso which is lightened by the bedding which comes in blue, copper and white tones. Overlooking the bed is a tall chest dresser which has eight drawers bestowed in it. To bring in good moods, the walls are graced by patches of artwork.ˇ
The light in the master bath is undeniably bright and further enhanced by some exotic wallpaper with a sharp pattern in it. The masculine and feminine vanities all have dark cabinets and granite countertops like in the kitchen. Adjacent to the oval tub which stands on a pedestal is a big piece of artwork which plays the role of a backdrop. The wall is covered by a gray finish to match the floor.ˇ
Switching attention to the outdoor living space, the most distinct feature is a colonnade surround. There is a conversation are with space for four in relaxing chairs and a coffee table over which beverages can be shared. On the outdoors too is a dining area with a circular table and its surrounding chairs. Notable too is that all of the appliances for the summer kitchen are made of stainless steel. Not to forget, there is a pool bath which as an interior powder room. The most distinct feature in it is a modern vanity which has chrome hardware a black glass top.
Fairgroove gives those who are interested in it a wide array of options from which to choose with regards to style. The most popular options are penthouse style condominiums, estate residences and single-family villa homes where prices range from $ 600,000 to north of a million.ˇ