This iconic Ponce-Davis home, designed by renowned
Miami architect Chayo Frank as his personal residence, embraces the natural jungle environment that surrounds it, creating a truly unique and one-of-a-kind house which could not be built anywhere but South Florida. With a skeleton of structural steel beams encased in California Redwood, the 5,000 square foot house's vast living room features large windows looking out onto a richly planted garden of tropical and subtropical species. Built in the â€œorganicâ€ architectural style of Frank Lloyd Wright, the house features a freeform pool with 50-foot lap lane, paths winding around coral rock grottos, many terraces, a double-height master bedroom, an impressive guest suite, and a tree-house-like office accessed by ladder.
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