This is a builder model home available for leaseback. The Bellara by John Cannon Homes warmly welcomes you into a modern rustic oasis of organic elements and textures, relaxed earth tones, and sleek industrial-inspired touches. The juxtaposition of modern and rustic creates an informal elegance that is simple, approachable, and sophisticated. Upon entrance into the home, you are greeted with floor-to-ceiling storefront glass leading into a casual and textural office space. The Great Room is anchored by a linear electric fireplace with a bold metallic tile surround, which is complimented by steel-like industrial ceiling beams at the Dining Area. The kitchen draws you in with trending warm wood tone cabinets, modern Dacor graphite appliances, a weathered urban style backsplash, and a classic Carrera marble-like quartz countertop. Best of all, a show-stopping grand window bringing the outdoors in. The master bath radiates cool, calm and collected with its tranquil atmosphere. The space features floating rift sawn oak wood cabinets and blue azure tile reminiscent of the Gulf waters, joined with natural light and lush foliage allowing you to feel one with nature. With its spacious outdoor living area and beautiful water views, the Bellara provides comfortable and modern living at its best! 18 month lease back at $13,000/mo. John Cannon Homes has six 1-month options to extend lease.
Listing courtesy of ELITE PROPERTIES LLC.
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