This exceptional home is located in Wellington’s Castellina neighborhood, located off Stribling Way just south of the Mall at Wellington Green. Situated on a grand lakeview property, this distinctive home is for those seeking the finest in design elements, materials and quality. Its design features an homage to the grandeur of an Imperial British Empire estate home, reminiscent of the architectural influence of its past Far East history. Highlighted features are three bedrooms and three full baths, plus an office, with a well-executed floor plan totaling 2,561 square feet of living space. Interior upgrades are included throughout each area of the home.
Aerial View: The front elevation of the home shows the expanded three-car garage. The garage itself features soothing, soft blue epoxy-finished floors with coordinating matching color walls. Installed garage cabinets offer valuable added storage.
Great Room: Interior design appointments feature custom millwork and white high-gloss crown molding framing this magnificent home. The coffered ceilings add detail to the great room.
Pool/Patio: The home’s picturesque, screen-enclosed pool and patio area serves as a wonderful private retreat.
Bathroom: Intricate tile going from ceiling to floor is housed within a frameless glass shower. Complementing the shower are two magnificent Kohler sinks set into the granite countertops of the owner’s vanity.
Kitchen: The kitchen features exceptional appointments, such as upgraded granite kitchen counters with a breakfast bar island and sink, a custom backsplash, fine cabinetry, custom shelving and top-level stainless-steel appliances.
Castellina Property Presented By Roger Plevin
Meet Roger Plevin
Roger Plevin was working as a stockbroker in New York when he and his wife, Andrea, first started coming to Florida regularly. Their parents were aging, and they wanted to keep in touch.
“We were looking for a home in the Coral Springs/Parkland area when someone told us of a lovely area called Wellington,” Plevin recalled. “We decided to take a drive and check it out. We got a very good vibe from Wellington. It felt homey and comfortable, and we recognized that the pricing of the homes made them a better value than those in Broward County.”
The Plevins moved to Wellington’s Grand Isles community in 2001, and living there was what prompted a switch to a career in real estate.
“I observed the vast changes that Wellington was going through in 2001 and 2002. The Mall at Wellington Green was completed and State Road 7 was starting to expand,” Plevin said. “I began noticing rooftops replacing trees on the east side of Wellington, and I would joke with my New York friends that they build a house here faster than they fill a pothole in New York. So I decided not to watch it happen but to become a participant in the growth.”