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All-white Sarasota home with lap pool asks $4M

Thursday, August 20, 2020   /   by The Villages Home Search

All-white Sarasota home with lap pool asks $4M

Miami may be the capital of glitzy, over-the-top beach homes, but there’s another Florida locale stocked with eye-catching architecture: Sarasota. Located on the state’s southwestern coast, Sarasota is known for the Sarasota School of Architecture, a regional style of modern design that flourished in the post-war era.

While the Sarasota School populated the area with midcentury architecture designed by renowned modernists like Paul Rudolph and Victor Lundy, there are also plenty of newly built homes that work hard to fit into the prestigious landscape. Take this four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath home in the Cherokee Park neighborhood.


Built in 2018, the home was designed by Guy Peterson, a prolific Sarasota architect known in Florida for designing sleek residences with enviable indoor-outdoor living, and his most famous home—the dramatically perforated Spencer House—was featured on The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes, the delightful BBC Two show that streams on Netflix.


Like the Spencer House, this 4,559-square-foot home is all white with long horizontal planes. Each room features expansive walls of glass and many have doors that lead out to a west-facing covered patio and kitchen. Polished concrete floors might be too austere on their own, but the design balances them with warm, custom wood cabinetry and thoughtful lighting.


Outside next to the pool you’ll find a guest house with two additional suites, and the backyard also comes with gardens, a bocce ball court, and a three-car garage. Love what you see? 1775 Cherokee Drive is on the market now for $4,000,000.


A foyer with a large photo of a skyline on the right, concrete floors, and a runner.
Polished concrete floors in the foyer are warmed up by wood accents.


A living room with a couch, four chairs, coffee table, and built-in wooden cabinets.
The living room has built-in cabinetry and access to the expansive patio via sliding doors.


An open-concept kitchen and dining room with a wooden table, eight chairs, and views out to the pool.
The open kitchen and dining area boasts wood cabinetry, soapstone countertops, and pool views.


A white bed sits on a large white and beige rug in a master bedroom.
The master bedroom showcases floating walls and recessed lighting.


A long lap pool at dusk has a white boxy guest house at one end of the pool.
Outside, a two-bedroom guest house sits next to the long lap pool.



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