A Mediterranean-style 3,602-square-foot home on Reynolds Channel in Atlantic Beach is on the market for $4.2 million. The home, which sits on 0.18 acre, has Tuscan-inspired details such as arches, high ceilings and a clay-barrel tile roof. There are unobstructed waterfront views from many of the 12 rooms.
A two-level entrance with a circular staircase leads to the second floor of the home on Bay Boulevard, which listing agent Annett C. Ellis of Annett C. Ellis Realty describes as impeccably maintained.
"There’s a second living room up there that has wraparound balconies with French doors, and it's right on Reynolds Channel,” said Ellis. “So if you are sitting upstairs, you have these unobstructed water views. It’s very relaxing."
Built in 1992, the home has five bedrooms, four bathrooms and two half-baths. Deborah Cavalier, the current homeowner, said the home was custom built with attention to detail.
"A single tree was carved to create the mahogany pocket doors, which sit between the kitchen and family room on the ground floor," she said "The oversized antique stone mantel was imported from Europe, and the handcrafted copper kitchen ceiling mount chimney was custom-made in Scandinavia."
There’s also a waterfront deck and pier that leads to a deep-water dock with an electric boat lift and space to dock personal watercraft. A residents’ only beach and beach entrance are a block away.
According to Ellis, the home has not experienced any flood damage as it was built 3 feet above grade level, higher than the surrounding homes.
The house is in the Lawrence Union Free School District. Annual taxes are $35,590.