For formal entertaining, azure candles and stemware add an eye-catching touch of color to the dining room while also forming a perfect complement to the pool shimmering beyond the French doors. In summer, throw open the doors to enjoy the evening breezes — the ambiance of al fresco dining no matter what the weather and a great way to visually extend your living space.
Feeling more casual or simply want to chat with the chef without getting in the way? No problem. Just pull up a seat at the center island with raised eating bar and watch the latest culinary masterpiece being created.
This is a kitchen that sends a clear message: I’m ready to handle it all. Gas cooktop augmented by dual wall ovens and an over-sized refrigerator make cooking for large groups a snap. There’s even a separate prep sink with window, so the sous-chef has their own view as they peel and pare.
It’s all about sharing the delights of cooking and dining in a space that’s as beautiful as it is functional.
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