Rarely available historic Colonial Revival estate home nestled between the beach and intracoastal in The Estates Section of Boca Raton. Designed by renowned Palm Beach architect Maurice Fatio, the house was originally built in 1936 as a villa for the Boca Raton Hotel. Meticulously restored and maintained by the current owners of 39 years, the house retains the integrity of its original design. Examples of this authenticity are represented with finishes such as oak hardwood floors, cypress woodwork and paneling as well as the 3 fireplaces in their original yet elegant condition. Located on 3/4 of an acre surrounded by tropical landscaping, this home is ideal for entertaining and allows for future expansion. A historically significant property in one of the area's premium locations, truly
one of Boca Raton's unique homes. Although nominated to be listed on the National Register, this is an honor and in no way effects future changes by an owner.