UNPARALLELED DESIGN UNMATCHED CONSTRUCTION — 6717 S Flagler Dr is one of the most distinctive properties ever built in Palm Beach County. Designed by developer Steve Bendat of the Aquantis Group and architect David Lawrence, 6717 S. Flagler Dr is an estate compound that maximizes the tropical nature of South Florida and the spectacular views of the Intracoastal waterway and the ocean beyond. Facing the estates on Billionaire’s Row, 6717 S Flagler Drive offers an unobstructed eastern view of the island of Palm Beach. Sunrises are spectacular. Sunsets are even better. As the sun goes down, it casts an amazing glow across the entire island. Nights are magical as the moon rises and reflects on the Intracoastal.
Luxury Resort Living Without Compromise
This 13,887 square foot three-story compound is an architectural masterpiece. Inside there’s a cantilevered glass and stainless-steel staircase overlooking the Intracoastal to the east and a backlit glass elevator to the west which both transport you to the 2nd floor. Featuring six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and two powder rooms. The house also has a private one bedroom guest house, a home office, and a four-car garage (upgradeable up to eight cars).
6717 S. Flagler Dr will be your own private resort. Have a morning massage off the Master Loggia. Float in the first-floor solar-heated pool or relax in the spa. There’s a private indoor gym and home theater too.
Rain or shine, cook and dine outside around the main summer kitchen with a retractable roof. Take a siesta and watch TV, read or just nap on one of the two covered loggias. In the evening, have cocktails around the 3rd floor rooftop lounge with its own outdoor kitchen, bar, and heated glass spa floating over the Intracoastal. There’s never been a better time to stay at home.
The gourmet kitchen features top of the line Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, beverage centers, espresso makers and more. And for a change of scenery, just cross the street to your gated deep-water dock, hop on your boat and take a cruise up the Intracoastal.
Hurricanes are no match for this new home constructed to last generations. Built with extra-large footers, reinforced steel, poured concrete floors and roofs, as well as concrete-filled block, the structure is virtually indestructible and soundproof.
You won’t hear a thing downstairs because of the concrete flooring, sound blocking, and double-paned ES 12-foot tall Impact windows and doors. The high traffic extra hard porcelain floors all have soundproofed anti-crack sheeting underneath All the interior walls are insulated and have anti-mold drywall throughout.
The house has 600 amps of electrical service tied to a solar panel array (33KW) connected to a net zero meter. If you want to store solar power to be used at night, just add compatible storage batteries. The home is also pre-wired with fiber optic cables capable of transmitting 8K video to every room and patio. There’s also a whole house 70Kw generator ready in case of emergency.
The house has a commercial-ready Savant control system that can manage AV, Lutron lighting and shades, temperature, security, home theater, fireplaces, cameras, an advanced security system and more.
6717 S. Flagler Dr. was designed with seamless indoor/outdoor entertainment in mind. Over thirty hidden in-wall phantom speakers and subwoofers distribute music throughout the house. The dedicated media room with a 4K projector, Dolby Atmos speakers, 110″ retractable screen, and home theater seating offers a theater-like experience. Even the patios and roof-top lounge feature water resistant speakers and are ready for 8K video.
6717 is modernism at its best. The most simple and minimalist design choices define the house as a timeless classic. No detail has been overlooked including: base and door surrounds with a Reglet system throughout; 10-foot solid core doors with Tactus hidden hinges; walnut and lacquer cabinetry; a 1,000-bottle glass wine cellar and six indoor and outdoor fireplaces.
No matter where you are inside or outside the simple, yet carefully planned landscaping reminds you that you are in the tropics. From rooftop with intercoastal and ocean views to the lush living walls, from the west side of the house to the east side, there is either greenery or water surrounding you.
6717 S Flagler. Finally, a 21st Century house in Palm Beach County that merges modernism with unparalleled construction and design sophistication.