**Please visit www.802druidrd.com for 3D Walkthrough Virtual Tour and Floor Plan** Overlooking Clearwater Harbor, pure privacy, grandeur and breathtaking views await behind the stately walls of this expansive 3.5-acre resort property with 304 feet of waterfront. Boasting a lavish 16,000+ square-foot main house (10 beds | 8 full 5 half baths) and 5,000+ square-foot guest house (6 beds | 5 full 2 half baths), this noteworthy address is the jewel of the historic Harbor Oaks neighborhood. Designed for refined living and entertaining, a porte cochère entry and circular drive welcome you to impressive architecture, period features and designer finishes, a grand ballroom, a movie theater, a full-service wine cellar, fitness, a chef’s kitchen, an executive office and a library. An opulent master retreat provides the perfect escape with a sitting room, a custom dressing room, a luxurious bath and a private terrace. The magnificent manicured grounds deliver endless hours of recreation with lighted tennis courts, two pools, a 60-foot covered dock and lift, waterfront promenade, a historic bell tower and terraced gardens. The guesthouse greets distinguished visitors with generous living areas, a game room and a sitting room. One of the last great estates on Clearwater Harbor, this one-of-a-kind work of art is not to be missed. Parcels may be available for purchase separately, and additional development opportunity exists to redevelop both parcels.
Listing courtesy of COLDWELL BANKER RESIDENTIAL.
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