A Port Royal estate described as a “true work of art” has sold for $16.1 million.
The five-bedroom single-family home, with seven bathrooms, spans 8,302 square feet. Built in 1993, it recently was renovated by Naples-based A. Vernon Allen Builder.
The two-story home — at 4295 Cutlass Lane — sold for close to the asking price of $16.5 million. It was designed by Naples architect Kasimir Korybut.
Marketing materials describe its style as “island colonial” and say it has “perhaps the best docking location in all of Port Royal.” The dock easily could fit a 100-foot yacht and several smaller boats.
The grounds are described as elegant and the bay views as breathtaking.
According to realtor.com, the property was on the market for 95 days.
It’s the most expensive home to sell in Collier County this year through the Southwest Florida Multiple Listing Service, or MLS. But the eye-popping sale doesn’t match the highest one last year.
A newly built waterfront estate at 3750 Rum Row in Port Royal fetched $17.7 million in 2017, setting the record for the year.