4 Bedroom 3 Bath Luxury Home for Sale in Wekiva Preserve

Waterfront Showplace on 1/3 Acre Overlooking Berman's Pond

817 Palm Oak Drive Apopka FL 32712 $434,000 - Reduced $408,000
MLS #05557765

  • Bd/Ba: 4/3
  • SqFt: 2,911 of 3,836 Heated
  • Garage: 3 - Car
  • Lush Yard
  • 1/3 Acre Lot
  • Cul-de-sac
  • Gourmet Kitchen
    • Mocha-Java Cabinetry
    • Exotic Granite Countertops
    • Trendy Backsplash
    • Walk-in Pantry
    • High Line Appliance Package
    • Serving Bar
  • Family Room w/Souring Ceilings & Recessed Lighting
  • Simplistic Master Suite
    • Sitting Area
    • Spacious Walk-in Closets w/ Built-in Organizers
    • His & Hers Stylish White Cabinetry Wrapped in Marble
    • Sumptuous Garden Tub
    • Walk-in Shower Lined in Natural Tiles
  • Bonus Room
  • Screened Lanai
  • Fire-pit Overlooking Berman's 5 Acre Pond
  • Community Offers
    • Gated Community
    • Playground
    • Close to Wekiva Springs
  • Schools
    • Rock Springs Elementary
    • Apopka Memorial Middle School
    • Apopka High School

Guests are graciously welcomed to this distinctive residence featuring a dynamic design and exquisite landscaping in Orange County’s premier country club community of Wekiva Preserve! This well-appointed and totally redesigned showplace featuring 4BR/3BA and a bonus room mirrors the homes in the pages of Architectural Digest.

As you enter the stately front doors you will be welcomed by the formal dining room with an original composition mural of “Old Florida” adjacent to the formal living room. Both are lined with tile floors, classic plantation shutters as well as ceilings which are adorned with crown molding.

Step into the fully equipped, gourmet kitchen featuring mocha-java cabinetry etched with crown molding and trendy backsplash, exotic granite countertops, walk-in pantry and high line appliance package with double ovens. The spacious family room, which is open to the kitchen, features soaring ceilings and recessed lighting.

Wind down in the simplistic master retreat which provides a sitting area and a spacious walk-in closet complete with built in organizers and a tranquil Pottery Barn green palette.

The master bath is relaxing with his and hers stylish white cabinetry wrapped in marble accompanied by a sumptuous garden tub with a separate shower.

You will appreciate the spacious bonus room overlooking the picturesque windows. All secondary bedrooms are roomy in size.

French doors lead to the expansive lanai leading to the intimate fire pit overlooking Berman’s Pond, a serene five acre pond. The pond is home to Florida’s wildlife such as bald eagles, ducks and wild turkeys.

This home will exceed your every fancy. The owners spared no expense renovating the home and there is a clear attention to detail, including wind rated Pella windows and doors.

This close knit community has friendly neighbors who welcome newcomers.

Wekiva Springs State Park

Located at the headwaters of the Wekiva River, the beautiful vistas within this park offer a glimpse of what Central Florida looked like when Timucuan Indians fished and hunted these lands. Just one hour from most central Florida attractions, Wekiva Springs offers visitors the opportunity to relax in a natural setting, enjoy a picnic, or take a swim in the cool spring. Thirteen miles of trails provide opportunities for hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding. Canoeists and kayakers can paddle along the Wekiva River and Rock Springs Run.

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Reference MLS #05557765

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