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London Bay Homes’ Clara model at Mediterra features modern-classic interior design by Romanza

by MED Marketing

NAPLES, Fla. (June 21, 2016) – London Bay Homes’ newest luxury villa model at Mediterra features modern-classic interior design created by Michael Scott of award-winning Romanza Interior Design.

The three-bedroom Clara offers formal living and dining rooms, a study, great room and pantry. It also has a three-car garage and a large outdoor living area with a kitchen, pool and spa.

Scott’s design mixes classic rich mahogany wood with cerused oak, ivory lacquer and black leather. The Clara model features silver, brass, brushed nickel, parchment and eggshell finishes. Furnishings include traditional and mid-century modern pieces and artwork that conveys contemporary and coastal themes.

Interior finishes include white flora glazed porcelain tile in main gathering areas, a wood floor in the study, painted, as well as glazed cabinetry, and quartz countertops.

Scott also introduces coastal colors in various shades of jade with accents of cream blush, gray, beige and espresso throughout the model’s 3,248 square feet of living space.

The Clara’s open floor plan configures kitchen, great, dining and living rooms in an L shape, a design Scott said “is very conducive for great circulation every time you entertain. The entire space opens to a well-appointed outdoor living space with a grilling area and plenty of seating.”

Double French doors with arched transoms open to the foyer, which displays views of the pool and the homesite’s lake views through the living room’s glass doors. Espresso wood finishes, used in several rooms, are introduced in the living room and contrast with the hand-painted faux parchment of a cocktail table and cerused oak and eggshell white lamp tables. Color is interjected in the striped pattern of accent pillows in subdued shades of jade, navy, gray and chocolate. Metals are paired with whites in the room’s brass and ivory lacquer nesting tables; chinois silver and brass and alabaster lamps; and an antique bronze metal accent chair.

The dining room ceiling features textural wall covering inserts and a wrought iron and glass chandelier. A natural wood oval table is circled by ivory lacquered chairs with a modern curve profile and nail-head trim.

Two sofas in the family room provide plenty of seating and are complemented with a lounge chair and blocky vintage bronze cocktail table. Accent tables introduce medium-brown wood tones and “chequered” crown rosewood veneer in classic and mid-century designs. Shades of white are represented in a hand-painted faux parchment console, eggshell white cushioned stools and a bone-finished media console. Lamps add glimmer with silver and a combination of antique brass, cream and brown finishes. Blue-gray draperies pick up the background of patterned pillows.

The blue-gray is also repeated in the chinoiserie-inspired pattern of the powder room’s wall covering. This half-bath features a gray painted vanity, stonewashed quartz countertop and a modern brushed nickel wall sconce.

The kitchen’s maple cabinetry is complemented by pearl-quartz countertops and mosaic glass sparkling sand backsplash.

The master bedroom overlooks the outdoor living area and pool. Located in the same private wing as the master suite, the den reveals a more modern side with mahogany figured eucalyptus finishes, black leather and contemporary-styled shapes. The tawny natural stain of the flooring enhances the wood grain and provides a light contrast to a mahogany figured eucalyptus desk with black leather inlay matching an ebonized leather chair with nail-head trim. Mahogany is repeated in the frame of a black leather armchair and matching curved ottoman. Metal artwork, silver leaf and black marble lamps enhance the den’s dramatic, modern style.

The Clara’s two guest rooms have walk-in closets and private full baths with beige-gray vanities and moonstone quartz countertops.

One of the bedrooms features a king-sized upholstered bed, mahogany and chestnut burl nightstands, and an eggshell framed chair.

The second guest room features a queen headboard upholstered in an updated houndstooth of blues, beige and white. Matching four-shelf nightstands have a cerused oak and ivory lacquer finish and gray and brushed nickel lamps. The lighter tones will also appear in the eggshell finish of two curved stools and the weathered sandstone fluted chest.

The Clara is open for viewing and priced at $1,811,107 fully furnished.

It is one of three floor plans offered by London Bay Homes in Cabreo, an intimate neighborhood of 39 maintenance-free luxury villa homes overlooking lakes and nature preserves.

London Bay Homes offers numerous floor plan and elevation options as part of its commitment to Private Label Living. This guiding philosophy is a pledge to quality, luxury, attention to detail and personal expression.

A leader in the luxury home market for 25 years, London Bay Homes has been named America’s Best Builder by Builder magazine.

The company and its affiliates manage all new home sales and marketing for Mediterra, internationally lauded as one of the top private clubs in the world by BoardRoom magazine and currently ranked among the top 10 communities worldwide by BestRetirementDestinations.com.

The 1,700-acre community presents an array of lifestyle amenities, including The Club at Mediterra, featuring two world-class, Tom Fazio-designed golf courses and a private 10,000-square-foot beach club on the Gulf of Mexico, offering an elevated swimming pool, casual dining with a full bar, and valet service for beach chairs, umbrellas, and beverage and food menus.

Mediterra’s on-site amenities include themed neighborhood parks, eight miles of walking and jogging trails, and a fitness complex with tennis and bocce courts, a pool and spa services.

The 32,000-square-foot clubhouse features a main dining room, club lounge and kitchen, and alfresco dining options with an exposition kitchen and chef’s table. With its two-star Certified Green Restaurant, Mediterra is the nation’s first private residential community country club to earn the certification.

The club and its finishing hole bistro, Tavern on 18, offer relaxed and casual dining prepared by a staff of award-winning culinary experts. The outdoor Tavern features a fire pit and lounge area and serves gourmet brick-oven pizzas, seasonal salads and open-air grilled entrees.

The Club at Mediterra is halfway through a two-year, $6.1 million project to replace the irrigation system, bunkers, cart paths and turf on the South Course. A new irrigation system was recently completed on the North Course, and additional improvements to its driving range will be completed in fall 2016.

Mediterra’s Golf Learning Center offers indoor and outdoor driving stations, video equipment with launch monitor, a 2.5-acre short game practice complex with three greens, and a staff of certified PGA professionals. Membership opportunities at Mediterra are limited to just 225 members per 18 holes.

All of the community’s amenities are membership-owned.

Home designs in Mediterra – a 2013 Aurora Award winner for Best Residential Development in the Southeastern U.S. – include single-family estate homes and single-family maintenance-free villas priced from $1 million to more than $7 million. Seven model homes are currently open for viewing.

For more information, log on www.MediterraNaples.com, call 239-949-8989, or visit Mediterra, located on Livingston Road, two miles north of Immokalee Road and west of I-75.

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