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3 Waterfront Homes With Private Docks

Few things can compare to days spent enjoying the sparkling surfaces and cool misty breezes of a river, lake, or ocean. The perfect buoys for modern-day living, these three homes feature docks that offer access to all the delights of the water.

Regal Waterfront Villa


Frances and Todd Peter | Sotheby’s International Realty – Palm Beach Brokerage

On an elevated estate site in gated Seminole Landing, this regal 12,474-square-foot residence offers an array of inviting spaces, including a billiards room with a wet bar, a movie theater, a wine room, six restful bedrooms, and a screened porch with an outdoor kitchen. The grounds are equally alluring, featuring a refreshing infinity-edge pool and spa, a sun-washed terrace, lush lawns, swaying palms, and a boat dock with a lift on an inlet of Little Lake Worth.

Waterfront Living in Water Mill


 Pat PetrilloDawn Petrillo | Sotheby’s International Realty – Southampton Brokerage

Emerald lawns and refreshing sea waters surround this charming shingled 7,650-square-foot gambrel-style home. It features a thoughtful six-bedroom floor plan filled with open sunny spaces ideal for entertaining and relaxing, and nearly every room has a mesmerizing view. Beyond the heated pool, pool house, and lovely native gardens, paths lead to 275 of private water frontage and a floating dock that accommodates a power boat, jet skis, kayaks, and paddleboards.

Chic Lakefront Contemporary

 
Cathie Messina | Sotheby’s International Realty – Westlake Village Brokerage

Dramatic contemporary design is a hallmark of this 5,778-square-foot residence on the banks of Lake Sherwood, which features an expertly equipped kitchen, a butler’s pantry,  a 650-bottle wine cellar, a media room, a gym, and a den or office. In the great room and primary suite—one of four bedrooms—32-foot telescoping glass doors give way to enchanting balconies with dazzling views of the water and mountains. The private dock encourages boating, swimming, fishing, and paddleboarding.

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