$4.2 million sale closes on Longboat Key


A 6,159-square-foot house at 55 Lighthouse Point Drive on the southern tip of Longboat Key has sold for $4,215,000. It was listed at $4.49 million in February by David and Wendy Leventhal of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate's Longboat Key office. The sellers are Paul and Dawn Holland.

The house was built in 1995 and underwent a $2 million renovation that added 1,500 square feet. It has four bedroom suites and four fulls baths.

It has acid-washed marble flooring, mahogany front doors and a gourmet kitchen with two Sub-Zero refrigerators and a Wolf stainless six-burner gas range. The den has a fireplace, wet bar and two wine coolers for 180 bottles.

Outdoors are a saltwater, heated pool and spa, a 13,000-pound boat lift and a kitchen with a gas and electric grill, refrigerator and surround sound.

Lighthouse Point is a gated enclave of 16 luxury homes behind the gates of the Longboat Key Club-Islandside.


Harold Bubil

Recipient of the 2015 Bob Graham Architectural Awareness Award from the American Institute of Architects/Florida-Caribbean, Harold Bubil is real estate editor of the Herald-Tribune Media Group. Born in Newport, R.I., his family moved to Sarasota in 1958. Harold graduated from Sarasota High School in 1970 and the University of Florida in 1974 with a degree in journalism. For the Herald-Tribune, he writes and edits stories about residential real estate, architecture, green building and local development history. He also is a photographer and public speaker. Contact him via email, or at (941) 361-4805.
Last modified: May 8, 2015
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